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In Ubuntu 11.04, graphics settings for the driver could be found under "System Settings".

In Ubuntu 11.10, the "System Settings" menu has been scaled down considerably. Now I do not know how to access these settings.

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Until you find a better option, just run

nvidia-settings

From a terminal or the run dialogue.

Edit: I'm using the old panels-based system and I just found its link sitting in a group called "Other" under Applications. No idea how that's translated in Unity but it should be in there somewhere.

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Thanks. This works. sigh I do like the 11.04 system settings menu more with the expanded customization though. :) –  Trevor Oct 14 '11 at 0:50

In Unity, click on the Dash Home button and type "nv" in the search line. The Nvidia X Server Settings will be displayed.

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