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I recently installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my HP Probook 4330s laptop and everything seems to run fine, besides the graphic card drivers. When I go into settings -> details -> graphics it says Driver: Unknown.

I checked HP driver site, and it only had GFX-drivers for SuSE distros.

How can I get the proper drivers for this machine?

No, I haven't. Does it only find out what kind of card I have, or does it actually download the proper driver for me? Thank you though, I'm dowloading it now.

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Have you tried installing "mesa-utils" package? If you are using the integrated card it should be recognized. – fernando garcía Nov 12 '12 at 15:00

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