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Re: random quirkyness

I still can't seem to get this all worked out.  I've uninstalled any traces of the nvidia driver, like nvidia-kernel, nvidia-common, and nvidia-glx and then reinstalled all of them but I'm still having the same problem.  I'm still having issues with the wrong sound card being detected every time it boots up.

My main question are these;

Is there a way I can keep the nvidia driver installed so I don't have to reinstall it every reboot?

Is there a way I can disable hardware detection?  I'd rather just define what sound card I'm using and just use it, instead of having debian try to auto-detect two of them and guess which one I want to use.  If there is a bug somewhere in udev or whatever, please give me some info on troubleshooting that so I can help with it.  I'm not really familiar enough with udev to figure that out on my own.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

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