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Please post the output of xrandr. I tried another panel, a Dell capable of x Sorry I do not even know what ispci output is: Its like when you don’t have the right drivers on a Windows machine. Maybe this is some useful information, I read something about it on a forum:
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This is on a freshly installed and dist-upgraded Natty installation.
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There is a Bluetooth dongle, but no wifi. Sign up using Email and Password. I have tried to change all the available settings for sound but nothing helps. Ok you have a realtek which is fairly supported ubuntuu Linux.
It has a switch to remove that protection. I am at work now but will try that when I get home to my sick computer and my sick cats! But with the default optimum resolution on the external panel it has sluggishness and corrupted display.
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Do Mint and Ubuntu recognize the soundcard? Download and install the package and reboot your system. I tried this with Ubuntu Maverick. Saif Bechan 1, 10 21 Under Natty, the display correctly scales to fill up the entire screen.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. You can try setting your resolution to the desired level manually.
Originally Posted by femaleBuddha. I try to find a mixer. Standard SD Host Controller rev 80 Here’s some more diagnostics: Atheros Communications AR v2. Now that that works, you can make it take effect every time you log in. Same results, for any resolution of x or higher, the display is corrupted and pretty much unusable, and system is sluggish.
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Unity and the top panel are visible on the built-in display; Only the top panel is visible in the external display. When I unplug the external display, everything goes back to normal. It use to run Windows Vista on a resolution of x, so both my hardware and monitor support it.
Originally Posted by femaleBuddha the wole output is: Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. The primary display has native resolution of x First, run this command, changing the example x resolution to the resolution you want: Ubunntu have just installed Ubuntu Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
I had the same problem on Scientific Linux 6.