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I have an Asus notebook equipped with a GeForce 720m graphic card. I know that NVIDIA drivers exist (NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-331.20) but I can't install them through the tool (no drivers found) and if I try to run the script I get many errors and the whole process will stop. How can I enable those drivers? I'm getting a really poor graphic performance

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Did you try this driver? It looks like an older version, but it's made especially for your graphics card.

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That one actually bricked the whole thing and I am now getting a black screen after the login – Sebastiano Seno Nov 18 '13 at 18:39

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