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Raspberry Pi Desktop NVIDIA drivers?

Is ti possible to install NVIDIA drivers in Raspberry Pi Desktop? My USB DAC also not working in Raspberry Pi Desktop.

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well not yet 

but maybe in future

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2 hours ago, Slo2020 said:

Is ti possible to install NVIDIA drivers in Raspberry Pi Desktop?

No. Not that you'd be able to physically install an nvidia graphics card on a raspberry pi anyway...

2 hours ago, Slo2020 said:

My USB DAC

What DAC?

Don't ask to ask, just ask... please 🤨

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I installed Raspberry Pi Desktop on external SSD and it won't boot. It show "Welcome to..." then crash. I have Debian and Windows 10 in Boot Menu. Live from USB works.

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Sure thing, here are the drivers for 32 bit systems (outdated as of today), and here for 64 bit ones.

 

Good luck installing a GPU in there while still having an useable Pi, and also being able to do anything useful with it afterwards.

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It might help if we knew what you were trying to do exactly. It's not like Raspberrypi has a pci-e slot for a graphics card.

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