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Old 19th December 2008, 08:02 PM
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Exclamation Possibly a real bad repo problem ati update for nvidia machine.

I just noticed this but this looks really bad.

I have a dell xps 1530 with a nvidia card. Looking over the updates in xyum it states this as an update.

: X.org X11 ati video driver.

"Why would update think I have a ati card" and it is not showing a update for my nvidia card. This looks really bad to me as in scary, would not want a config problem cooking my laptop or parts.
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