I'm not clear on the difference between the RPMFusion drivers and Nvidia's own drivers.
My new system uses the GeForce 8200 chipset, which is not well recognized by the installer. Basically, I couldn't get a GUI with the built-in video system. So I stuck in an old FX5500 card, which let me do a full GUI install. Then I tried installing Nvidia's driver package, but (after a warning about the older card) it said it could not find a compatible card and quit.
So, with some hassles, I ran the RPMfusion installation/update listed in the sticky thread, and it worked fine (the 5500 stopped working, but the built-in 8200 started working just fine).
What's the difference between the RPMFusion driver set and Nvidia's? Can/could/should I install Nvidia's package now that the community drivers have things working?
It looks as if I will have to do a completely fresh install for other reasons, so some details about the differences and non/compatibility of these two packages would be helpful.