Husse wrote:This must be a component of the oss nvidia driver - I have it too in my new desktop with ATI graphics (guess why ATI? To learn - but it just installed, on nforce, without the slightest problem )
The headers etc and finally kernel 2.6.24-16 is removed and replaced with -19 if you remove it - that triggers a kernel update.
This can happen as some files depend on some other files - in this case some kernel files depend on Nvidia-Kernel-common
Funny that it runs better if I update things that I am not supposed to.
Husse wrote:Funny that it runs better if I update things that I am not supposed to.
The category 4 or 5 does not mean that your computer will crash if they are applied - only that there is a apparent risk for it....
We have decided that stability is more important than bleeding edge...
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