Windows 10 is not supporting my Ge Force 7025/NVIDIA n Force 630a video card.
Upon checking the NVIDIA driver update, nothing happened.
The chipset is usually made up of two chips: the northbridge, and the southbridge.
The northbridge is the main chip which connects to the CPU and high-speed expansion slots.
For example, directly running the NVIDIA-*file didn't succeed as some remnants of nouveau driver were present, or so. I also observed the problem on my desktop running Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS x86.See What Version of This Driver Do I Have Installed?if you're not sure which NVIDIA Ge Force driver version you have installed.If you want a way to stay at the known working version without further updates, here is the content you should use for your /etc/apt/quirks: Explanation: do not use any other version than this one, ever (priority 1001 will ensure that) Package: nvidia-304 Pin: version 304.131-0ubuntu3 Pin-Priority: 1001 Explanation: do not use any other version than this one, ever (priority 1001 will ensure that) Package: nvidia-Sorry, there is a error in my comment 17.correction: Downgrade from 304.132 to 304.131: - CTRL ALT F1 to console - login - sudo apt-get remove nvidia* - sudo apt-get autoremove - sudo apt-get install nvidia-Nearly same effect to my HTPC (Geforce 8200 onboard). Ubuntu 14.04 Geforce 9100 Right now I am using the nouveau driver but it is not a satisfactory solution.This is the final, WHQL version of these drivers and replaces all previously available drivers.