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I just installed ubuntu 11.04 and after logging in for the first time , I enabled the restricted driver for my Nvidia 7300 LE card and enabled the same. after rebooting , the system freezes (Unresponsive ). So I rebooted the system and used the safe mode.. is my graphics card (Nvidia 7300 ) enough for unity ? , if its enough , please guide me how to get it working ..

Thanks !

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Nvidia 7300's are blacklisted from Unity due to problems with those cards, sorry:

Here's how to run Unity 2D:

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So is my graphics card. Using the nvidia-173 drivers instead of nvidia-current fixed it for me though. – RobinJ Jul 18 '11 at 21:05

I ended up installing unity 2d:

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