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Nvidia Optimus card does not work?
My notebook (ASUS A40J Series) comes with hybrid graphics: nVIDIA GF310M and Intel. I can't use the nVIDIA card in my machine and am using Ubuntu 10.04. How can I get this work?
Jun 10 '11 at 12:21
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