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How do I install extra drivers?
Additional Drivers tool in Ubuntu 12.10?

I have read here and here that I should be able to install drivers. So I'm finding the Additional Drivers menu. To install nVidia driver. I started looking for System -> Administration and not finding it. I have an icon that says System Settings and it has any option related to drivers.

NOTE: I am using Ubuntu 12.10.

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marked as duplicate by Uri Herrera, belacqua, Ringtail, devav2, stephenmyall Nov 1 '12 at 9:26

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Since Quantal Quetzal the Additional Drivers application is not installed by default in Ubuntu. But you can search for Software Sources in the dash and look at the Additional drivers tab.

You can also go to System configurations and you will see Software Sources right there.

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