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Old 28th July 2009, 19:14
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Exclamation Fedora 10: Desktop Effects Issues

Hi! since i've installed fedora 10 it seemed to be a problem with the desktop effects, every time i've tried to enable them nothing happens, the screen turns white and after 30 or 40 seconds everuthing comes to normal but nothing happens with the screen effects, like i haven't done anything, i've installed the compiz fusion update, i've followed the instruccions os this tutorial: http://www.howtoforge.com/enabling-c...eforce-8100and nothing yet, in terminal it seemed to be all instaled and updated, i don't know what else to do, with ubuntu everything worked great, i have a Nvidia GeForce 9800, 6G RAM, Core 2 Quad, could somebody help me please!!!!! i've jumping trough visto to ubuntu, vista fedora, i don't want to come back to Windows!!!!!!!!!
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