I keep seeing similar question regarding drivers on Linux for both NVIDIA and ATI that is impossible to keep at the same time but there is no solution for my problem. I have installed Linux Mint on External SSD disk 256GB so I could freely jump from one computer to another and keep my settings/programs/data in one place. I have installed Linux and drivers on computer which has NVIDIA graphic card. Today I have tried to connect with another one. All was fine till I notice that resolution and graphic quality is very low. The other computer has ATI RADEON graphic card.
Is it possible to keep drivers for both cards so Linux we automatically choose the correct one when I connect to another computer? I know there is a lot of play with uninstalling and installing drivers when I connect to 3rd or 4th computer in situation when there will be older or newer NVIDIA/RADEON but still I want to keep it that way.
Alternative solution: quick way to uninstall drivers from latest used computer and install new drivers to new computer?
how I could switch between drivers?
Any ideas are appreciated.