I have a problem with nvidia card driver , by mistake i installed x server drivers from package manager , and i tried to rollback the driver but no thing is working ,
in this driver i my display is not detected and i can’t change the screen resolution,
My Card Is NVIDIA Quadro M1000M
i already downloaded the m1000m driver from nvidia website and i tired to install it using chmod +x sh , ./ " but i always get the same error " ERROR: You appear to be running an X server; please exit X before installing "
i killed the xorg process after i logged out then i press CTRL , ALT, F1 service lightdm stop , sudo -s kill -9 , init 3 …
when ever im trying to install the driver after i stopped the X server error msg , i got another error " received Signal sigterm; aborting
is there any solution to get my old driver back ??
i Tired every thing lol
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