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Español: Buen día. Instalé en una notebook ubuntu 12.04 pero me da el problema que solamente me da dos resoluciones de pantallas 800x600 y 1024x768... En la primera se ve muy grotesca la pantalla y en la segunda se ve bien, pero falta un pedazo de pantalla arriba y abajo... He tratado de buscar información sobre el tema pero parece uno de esos "bugs" que no han conseguido ser erradicados... Intenté hacer el Xorg.conf y esas cosas y nomas no se puede... Recurro a su sapiencia y experiencia en este tipo de problemas...

La mini es una Lanix Neuron lt, procesador intel atom n450 y la tarjeta Intel corporation N10 family integrated graphics controller....

Inglés: Good day. I installed ubuntu 12.04 on a notebook but I get the problem that only gives me two screen resolutions of 800x600 and 1024x768 ... The first screen looks very grotesque and the second looks good, but missing a piece of screen up and down ... I tried to find information on the subject but it seems one of those "bugs" that have failed to be eradicated ... I tried to do the Xorg.conf nomas and stuff and you can not ... I appeal to your wisdom and experience in this kind of problem ...

The mini is a Neuron Lanix lt, Intel Atom N450 processor and the Intel integrated graphics family corporation N10 controller ....

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closed as too localized by Luis Alvarado Jun 15 '13 at 19:05

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Subscribe, the problem affects me too. I have a Intel N10 Integrated Graphics Controller, and Intel Atom D425 processor. –  lukibeni May 12 '12 at 17:22