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It indicate "Experience:standard" on graphics driver. What does it mean, is there any other experience other than standard? or can it be upgraded?

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Take a look at this: – Mitch Jul 22 '12 at 8:54
Thanks @obetus :) – izx Jul 22 '12 at 10:32
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  • Madison is simply AMD/ATI's code name for the Mobility Radeon HD 56xx/57xx series GPUs (laptop video cards):

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  • This description indicates that you have one of these GPUs in your laptop, and that Ubuntu is successfully using the proprietary fglrx driver; no changes are necessary.

  • "Standard" is the normal graphics experience, allowing the use of the Unity (3D) desktop; it's not possible to "upgrade" it.
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Thank you for this information. And thank you for guiding me on how to ask question. Apology for my past questions and I will be very careful next time. – obetus Jul 22 '12 at 10:36
@obetus: You're welcome, very glad to see you more active on the site :) – izx Jul 22 '12 at 10:42

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