I GOT IT WORKING!
IT\s pretty easy but NOT plug and play.
What\s taken me about 2full days, was actually pretty easy and is now working smoothley.
This is not a walkthrough but a explanation of what i did, and how YOU can get it working..
This is just based on what i think, and my own sucess story:
First this probably only works if you know that the linux nvidia drivers work for you.
1) issue this command lshwd -id
if you get as most of us did VGA COMPATIBLE card........ (nv) <-- the important part, notice it uses the nv driver not the nvidia which it should.
2) so i did an strace and checked what lshwd opens, it opens a file called Cards found in /usr/share/hwdata/Cards
3) This is nasty, but this is what i did, changed all values saying nv to nvidia
e.g DRIVER nv
about 4 entries.
4) next what i now noticed is that the lshwd command says to use vesa driver on my card, WHAT?
doing another strace says that it seems to look for the nvidia driver which is not found, then it probably fallsback to vesa which mostly is a safe driver.
5) last step, go to www.nvidia.com
download the latest linux drivers install them
6) Run /usr/pluto/bin/AVWizard_Run.sh and setup your nvidia card with FULL ALPHA BLENDING
HAVE A NICE DAY,
i got it working 5min ago and i am pretty over excited, so i\ve probably missed something, please feel free to contact me
if you dont get it working, i\ll try to help.