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  1. I really want to know if anyone can help me and tell me if my PNY Geforce GT 730 1GB GDDR5 will somehow work on N{censored} 10.10.1 . I currently am using my older Nvidia Card a geforce 210 and this works fine on here. But i would love to know if i could get my 730 to work on here. Becuase i really need a faster card for my gaming and really could use the extra speed. Every time i try using the 730 when i boot with nvda_drv=1 , -v -x it will just freeze at system startup time or one time i tried it booted up but i had no display? ? ? Please Help me? ? ?
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