It might, but it may be even worse.
How can i deactivate the Nvidia drivers and activate the standard Drivers with the terminal? Might this solve the problem?
The following will do the first and reinstall the chosen version. Alternatively, stop at the blue high-lighted line and reboot, type "add" in the Dash and run 'Additional Hardware' if the default drivers do not work satisfactorily. This will install the nvidia-current driver, but may also offer another choice as well.
Take your pick.
To Install a nvidia driver from the NVIDIA Downloads site, it is necessary to CD to the folder where you have downloaded the .run file, make it executable and run it.
First, you should add some Blacklists to the /etc/modprobe.d folder, and then remove any previous drivers.
As the nvidia driver must only be installed when the GUI Xorg server and screen is inactive, reboot to a Text Terminal, or shut down the Xsession from a GUI screen,
To do this check the /etc/modprobe.d folder for a file named blacklist.conf,
If it does not exist you will need to create one.
In the terminal enter:
gksu gedit /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
And Save As:' /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf.'
# Added for nvidia driver.
blacklist rivafb blacklist rivatv
Reboot, preferable to Restart, and either:
1. From a GUI screen Terminal:
sudo service lightdm stop # 'gdm' in place of 'lightdm' if < 11.10
2. From the Grub Menu, put cursor on the Ubuntu entry you intend as your primary usage and press 'e' to edit,
Go to the Linux boot or default line, where it should have ' ro quiet splash' and add ' text'.
press Ctrl+x to boot.
At the prompt log in and enter password. [ It will not show anything, press 'enter' when complete.]
To remove redundant or faulty remnants of previous installations:
At this point choose whether to use 'Additional ' or a downloaded .run file, if the later continue as below, otherwise reboot.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install build-essential gcc-4.5 g++-4.5 libxi-dev libxmu-dev freeglut3-dev
sudo apt-get install linux-headers-'uname -r' # substitute output of 'uname -r' here.
sudo nvidia-installer --uninstall
sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia-*
CD to where the nvidia file is and enter: 'dir'.
This will check you are in the right place and enable you to copy the exact name of the file you have downloaded, and substitute it in the following:
Follow screen instructions.
sudo chmod a+x NVIDIA-Linux-x86-290.10.run # Check the exact spelling; 'x86' is for 32bit
sudo sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86-290.10.run # ditto
You may get a warning that nouveau is running and must be purged first, but carry on, that's what the blacklists are for.
When complete reboot.
nvidia-installer, nvidia-settings and nvidia-XServer-config will be installed and you can adjust things to suit your hardware and wishes.