Hey. Attempting to use a NVIDIA card on live cd fails. Drivers are needed. I’ve requested help on Github as well. https://github.com/Antergos/antergos-iso/issues/68#issuecomment-304485339
    I’m rocking a 970.


  • It doesn’t work with the default setup? I have a GTX 950 and I didn’t have any issues to use the live cd. Nouveau worked good enough. Just don’t expect too much as for feature support.

  • It won’t go into Cnchi. I’ve tried every thing on that github issue. Help would be awesome.

  • @NGTmeaty said in NVIDIA Card:
    do you run a EFI Boot System? Possible you are on a Desktop and have internal graphics too?
    What ISO you are using for installation?
    Do you try minimal ISO?

  • @joekamprad hey, I’m running UEFI, it is a desktop, but the internal graphics are not working. I’ve tried both minimal, and full.

  • Can you check Bios Settings may you can disable internal graphics to make shure that they are not try to load on boot…

  • The wiki article on installation has some Nvidia related things naer the bottom under “Issues with Cnchi”

    Hope this helps!

  • Hm, I had similar issues with My 1060.

    I did:

    Removed the graphics card. (Or disable)
    Installed with on board graphics.
    Boot in to the new system and install the Nvidia driver (And the x86version).
    Put the Nvidia card back in and boot.

  • Thank you very much! I shall make sure to include your solution in the wiki article😀

  • As soon as they update their install ISO with a newer kernel this should not be a problem anymore.

  • Thanks for the information😀

    Maybe in a month or two I’ll take that off the wiki then (or whenever it ceases to be a problem).

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