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I think i may have also done it with command line but i don’t really remember everything i’ve tried. However, changing the display resolution in the Nvidia Display Configuration Utility only makes my screen scrollable, so that it’s like I’m zoomed in on a x portion of the screen.
Org X server – Nouveau disaplay driver from xsever-xorg-video-nouveau open source “. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Also do a total unistall of any installed nvidia or ati modaliases and linux restricted modules and linux restricted modules common. Then I tried using the installer linu the nvidia site I have tried to modify my xorg.
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And if everything works OK, then it makes no much sense to change anything. No help there either. I was trying to use the xorg. I’m running this on a 19″ LCD so yeah it looks awful.
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I’m willing to 9500 just about anything, I don’t have anything important on this partition, so worst case scenario I just reinstall. I used the KDE gui though because the gnome one doesn’t work None of that seems to help.
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I’m running the latest version of Ubuntu I think we are up to 9. No errors when starting X now, I checked the logs and nothing. Any versions before the most current put me in low graphics mode.
Then I just followed that link you sent to a ‘T’, but no luck there either. June 13th, 6. June 13th, 9. Do not use this device So I have no clue on what these are if you have any info or idea on witch one i should use, Please Tell me Thanks!
I have been running an ATI Radeon SE video card in for a couple years, which took long enough to find a solution to the correct configuration. I did notice that if I uninstall the nvidia display configuration utility and attempt to change my resolution using the ubuntu display utility, it warns that my monitor is unknown.
I am running out of ideas Can’t remember which section that was, maybe Display? Is there any chance that it is my monitor that is the problem, and not the video drivers?
So I completely removed any and all video drivers I could find and retried. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. June 12th, 4. Join Date Dec Beans 1.