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Geforce FX 5200 SuSE 10.0


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I have installed an EVGA Geforce FX 5200 on my computer running SuSE Linux 10.0.When I run a 3d game,it claims that the 3d acceleration is not configured.How do I configure it?
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Is it a linux compatible game, a windows game will not work on a linux system without the proper emulation software like wine.
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Yes,it is a Linux game.
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SuSE, off of my head I remember having a package manager, open your menus and find the package manager... I think it is called "YaST". Type in the search nVidia, you should find the latest drivers for your FX5200. I had a simular problem with my FX5200.
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Couldn't find the drivers.Besides,this is YaST2.Everything works fine,including the screen resoulution,ect.But the checkbox at the bottom of the gfx card configuration screen that says "Activate 3d accelration" is grayed out,and I am unable to check it.
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