nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate

On your gaming PC, install the GeForce Experience software from NVIDIA. The free service is perfectly fine for Moonlight. By default X.org X server use nouveau free/libre software drivers for nVidia cards. The nouveau driver generally provides the inferior. Hello all, I just received the activation code for Ghost Recon for a qualifying GeForece GTX 1070 graaphicas card purchased from a a local participating.

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NVIDIA proprietary drivers.

If your computer has an NVIDIA graphics card, you will need to use the official proprietary driver software in order to take full advantage of its features in Zorin OS.

You can do this by selecting to use the "Try or install Zorin OS (modern NVIDIA drivers)" option when booting the Zorin OS USB Install Drive.

Boot selection screen

Afterwards, simply complete the normal installation process, which you can learn more about here: How to install Zorin OS

If you have already installed Zorin OS to your computer without selecting to use the modern NVIDIA drivers (as above) you will need to install the correct version of the NVIDIA drivers for your graphics card. Please make sure that you are connected to the Internet before installing these drivers.

  1. Open the Zorin Menu and go to "System Tools" → "Software Updater"
  2. After the Software Updater has finished checking for updates, please click on "Settings…"
  3. Navigate to the "Additional Drivers" tab.
  4. After a moment, you should see a list of graphics drivers available for your computer. Please select the radio button beside the newest or recommended version of the "NVIDIA driver" to activate this driver software. Additional Drivers
  5. Click "Apply Changes". This will start downloading and installing the NVIDIA proprietary drivers.
  6. After the installation completes, you will need to restart your computer.

Zorin OS should now start using the NVIDIA graphics drivers.

If the NVIDIA graphics drivers are still not activated, and opening the "NVIDIA X Server Settings" app displays an empty window, please follow these steps:

  1. Power off your computer and power it on again.
  2. Immediately upon start-up, press the indicated key repeatedly to open the BIOS settings. If you are unsure which key to press, it is usually either , , , or another function key.
  3. In the BIOS settings, please navigate to the "Boot" or "Security" section and make sure that the "Secure Boot" option is disabled.
  4. Press the indicated key to Save the settings and exit the BIOS settings screen.
  5. Restart your computer to apply the changes.

AMD Radeon drivers.

If you have a modern AMD Radeon graphics card (from 2013 or newer), Zorin OS already comes pre-loaded with the official open source "AMDGPU" and "Radeon" drivers. No additional setup is needed.

Источник: https://zorin.com
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NVIDIA Announces New Game Bundle, Requires GeForce Experience to Activate

Wednesday, February 1st 2017

by btarunrDiscuss (28 Comments)

A graphics card-game bundle is always a reason to cheer, though not this time, if you loathe GeForce Experience. The company's latest "Prepare for Battle" game bundle lets you choose between two of the season's hottest game releases - "For Honor," and Tom Clancy's "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" on purchase of new GeForce GTX 1080 or GTX 1070 graphics cards. The only catch here is that you need GeForce Experience to redeem or activate your free game. This further requires you to create a GeForce Experience login, which adds to the list of startup apps, as GeForce Experience dials home to sign-in and sync your game settings.
Источник: https://www.techpowerup.com/230249/nvidia-announces-new-game-bundle-requires-geforce-experience-to-activate?cp=2
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Hi,
Microsoft knows about some problems with NVidia graphic drivers. But it is NVidia responsible for driver and software quality. We may be sure the problem will be solved in nearest future.
If you have laptop try to reinstall driver from laptop manufacturer's site.
And try to use following reinstall procedure: uninstall all NVidia software, do not reboot PC, run third party Display Driver Uninstaller tool, reinstall drivers.

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No, it is not a laptop. It is a tower PC with Asus RTX 2070. They only have the nVidia drivers - and alway nearly the latest (actually v445.87, so very new).

Ok. I will also post at nVidia.

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Источник: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/windows-10-2004-and-nvidia-geforce-experience/dfcdd6cd-6ada-4093-8673-e99ba00764fe
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YaST

  1. Go to the YaST Control Center and click Software Management.
  2. View > Repositories > NVIDIA
  3. Choose nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate appropriate driver, e.g. x11-video-nvidiaG04 or x11-video-nvidiaG05
  4. Optionally choose the corresponding OpenGL acceleration libraries; nvidia-glG04 or nvidia-glG05.
  5. Press Accept.
  6. Restart your computer.

Zypper

# zypper in <x11-video-nvidiaG04 or x11-video-nvidiaG05> # zypper in <nvidia-glG04 or nvidia-glG05>

Restart your computer.

Secureboot

Kernels in Tumbleweed and Leap 15.2 or higher will, by default, refuse to load any unsigned kernel modules on machines with secure boot enabled.

During the NVIDIA driver installation on a secureboot system a MOK keypair nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate being created and the kernel modules been signed with the created private key. The created certificate (public key) remains on the storage below /var/lib/nvidia-pubkeys, but it also needs to be imported to the list of to be enrolled MOK pubkeys.

After the first reboot this certificate can easily be enrolled to the MOK database. The EFI tool for this (mokutil) is automatically started: inside the tool select "Enroll MOK", then "Continue", then "Yes". Use your nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate password (US keyboard layout!) when prompted for a password. The certificate is now added to the MOK nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate and is considered trusted, which will allow kernel modules with matching signatures to load. To finish, select "Reboot".

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In case you miss the timeout for certificate enrollment after first reboot, you can easily import again the certificate by running the following command:

# mokutil --import /var/lib/nvidia-pubkeys/MOK-nvidia-gfxG0<X>-<driver_version>-<kernel_flavor>.der --root-pw

Then reboot the machine and enroll the certificate as described before.

As a last resource, in case you are having problems with secure boot, you can, at your own risk, disable validation for kernel modules:

# mokutil --disable-validation
Driver Update

During a driver update the old and no longer being used public key is being registered to be deleted from the MOK data base. So in addition to the "Enroll MOK" menu entry a "Delete MOK" entry will appear in the EFI tool once you reboot the machine. In order to finally remove it from the MOK data base, select "Delete MOK", then "Continue", then "Yes". Again use your root password (US keyboard layout!) when prompted for a password. You can show the certificate/description of nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate public key when selecting "View Key X" in order not to delete the wrong key. Press any key to continue from there.

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Uninstalling the NVIDIA drivers

YaST

  1. Start YaST, go to: Software -> Software Management
  2. Change the 'Filter' to filter by software repositories
  3. Select the respective NVIDIA repository
  4. Mark any installed package from this repository for deletion and press 'Accept'. You may be prompted for conflicts, please ignore any conflicts and chose to break dependencies.
  5. Now in YaST select: Software -> Software Repositories
  6. Chose the respective NVIDIA repository and mark it 'disabled' - don't delete it as it will return enabled the next time the repositories are synced with the server.

Uninstalling the proprietary drivers will restore the previous X configuration file if one existed. If the hardware has changed in the mean time it may be necessary to manually edit this file.

Zypper

# zypper rm <x11-video-nvidiaG04 or x11-video-nvidiaG05>

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# zypper se -ir NVIDIA

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# zypper lr # zypper se -ir <the repo AVG Ultimate Offline Installer

Also, the installer for the NVIDIA driver might have added nouveau to the blacklist; to be able to run the modesetting DDX driver or nouveau DDX driver again make sure there are no files containing the words at /etc/modprobe.d/, as the installer might fail to remove these.

After uninstalling the packages, you might need to run:

# mkinitrd

Troubleshooting

  • https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:NVIDIA_troubleshooting
  • If your computer freezes before the login screen after installing the propietary drivers and you are using GDM (usually the case if you are using GNOME), try adding WaylandEnable=false in /etc/gdm/custom.conf.
  • You can verify the driver was actually loaded by running in the terminal. The output should be like:
nvidia_drm 57344 2 nvidia_modeset 11878403 nvidia_drm nvidia_uvm 1110016 0 nvidia 1977139281 nvidia_uvm,nvidia_modeset drm_kms_helper 2293762 nvidia_drm,i915 drm nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate 54476813 drm_kms_helper,nvidia_drm,i915

The numbers in the middle column do not need to be the same. If the driver is loaded the problem relies elsewhere, since that means it was installed successfully.

  • As stated before in this guide, if you are using secure boot make sure nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate accept the MOK, else the module won't load. One way to know see if secure boot could be blocking the module is looking at the output of and search for warnings like the following:
Lockdown: modprobe: unsigned module loading is restricted; see man kernel_lockdown.7 modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'nvidia': Required key nVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate available

See also

Optimus

Users on hardware configurations with NVIDIA Optimus (usually the case on laptops) are advised to read SDB: NVIDIA SUSE Prime. Offloading to the dedicated GPU is possible using the instructions at PRIME Render Offload

CUDA

Developers and users involved in High Performance Computing applications may want to install CUDA libraries. Additional instructions are provided at the CUDA Toolkit Documentation and download links at NVIDIA NVIDIA GeForce Experience Free Activate links

Источник: https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:NVIDIA_drivers
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