Updating nvidia geforce 6100 drivers

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The following tutorial will guide you through all steps required to install VGA NVIDIA driver on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Linux. Let's start by detecting your NVIDIA VGA card model. In the next step we will use this information to find a correct NVIDIA driver within a Ubuntu's package repository. - Original module - No original module exists within this kernel - Installation - Installing to /lib/modules/4.4.0-18-generic/updates/dkms/ nvidia_361_modeset.ko: Running module version sanity check. At the boot menu of the live DVD/USB, press Tab to edit the boot arguments and add "nomodeset" at the end of the line.

If you have two memory modules installed, try removing them one by one and start the laptop just with one memory module installed.

I a trying to update my graphics drivers to make sure I have the latest ones-I cannot find out which ones I use. My system is an HPa1747c2GB Ram AMD X2 4600Geforce 6150LEThanks for your assistance?

I am not used to having onboard video-I am waiting until next pay to get a video card for this thing.

Reason for that are graphic issues with a Nvidia Geforce 6100.

What I already tried: probably is running out of ram but it doesn't matter because even if you were to install nvidia drivers on a live cd (which can be done using apt-get without the edgers ppa btw) they wouldn't start working until you reboot anyhow.

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