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I tried many time all the different graphic drivers supplied by ubuntu that can run 3D but none works . i found out that there is a similar card on the black list but not the same .
the GT version is on the black list but not my card which have the same name-n Vidia Ge Force Go [email protected] Musleh I would suggest you make a new question specifically about your graphics card with all the information about your card and what you have tried.
We are fortunate that guys at FDOS site have prepared one suitable for us.
Use the OEM Bootdisk version, the one with just kernel and command.com, because it leaves more free space on disk for the flash utility and new BIOS image.
If you have not identified your motherboard, you should do so now for reference and any potential troubleshooting later.
You do not need to install Windows but I succeeded by "borrowing" a Windows installation CD/DVD.
By the way, do you really need to update your BIOS? (-: In my case, someone said to me that updating the BIOS from Linux couldn't be done and I was fairly certain that this was not true so I did it to prove my point. What follows is what worked for me with a circa 2009 HP Pavilion dv3-1075us (almost 8 years old).* I made sure that my laptop was plugged into the wall i.e.
file that I downloaded from the manufacturer web site is supposed to be Operating System independent!You can also find a local copy of this image attached at the end of this article.After you download the image, you need to decompress it.These days I don't own anything that has a valid Windows license, and even my 2008 white Mac Book has spent most of its life running either Ubuntu or Fedora.Luckily most hardware manufacturers have started to provide bootable images for patching system firmware, and for enterprise-grade hardware they even provide Linux-ready tools.