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Well, nvidia drivers aren't the top top ones I've faced.

The probable reason may be some incompatibility between your xorg and your (non-free, binary) nvidia drivers.

The first what I would do in your place: removing the linux-firmware-nonfree and reboot.

Second, you may think on a kernel upgrade (if you aren't on the latest version of your distro).

My third try would be to load a more recent nvidia driver package from their upstream package distribution: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa . These are for Ubuntu, but you will have a good chance to make them working also on Debian.

If your card is older, you may try an older nvidia driver release - nvidia likes to forget about their older cards.

Here you can find the Debian sources for proprietary nvidia packages.

Well, nvidia drivers aren't the top top ones I've faced.

The probable reason may be some incompatibility between your xorg and your (non-free, binary) nvidia drivers.

The first what I would do in your place: removing the linux-firmware-nonfree and reboot.

Second, you may think on a kernel upgrade (if you aren't on the latest version of your distro).

My third try would be to load a more recent nvidia driver package from their upstream package distribution: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa . These are for Ubuntu, but you will have a good chance to make them working also on Debian.

Here you can find the Debian sources for proprietary nvidia packages.

Well, nvidia drivers aren't the top top ones I've faced.

The probable reason may be some incompatibility between your xorg and your (non-free, binary) nvidia drivers.

The first what I would do in your place: removing the linux-firmware-nonfree and reboot.

Second, you may think on a kernel upgrade (if you aren't on the latest version of your distro).

My third try would be to load a more recent nvidia driver package from their upstream package distribution: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa . These are for Ubuntu, but you will have a good chance to make them working also on Debian.

If your card is older, you may try an older nvidia driver release - nvidia likes to forget about their older cards.

Here you can find the Debian sources for proprietary nvidia packages.

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Well, nvidia drivers aren't the top top ones I've faced.

The probable reason may be some incompatibility between your xorg and your (non-free, binary) nvidia drivers.

The first what I would do in your place: removing the linux-firmware-nonfree and reboot.

Second, you may think on a kernel upgrade (if you aren't on the latest version of your distro).

My third try would be to load a more recent nvidia driver package from their upstream package distribution: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa . These are for Ubuntu, but you will have a good chance to make them working also on Debian.

Here you can find the Debian sources for proprietary nvidia packages.