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Hello everyone I might have a problem with my laptop graphıcs(samsung p5cs02 tr laptop)

First off all,I have nvidia gt 650m 1 gb graphic card and intel hd 4000 graphics 1 gb

My problem is ubuntu probably cannot read my graphic cards

Here's some screenshoots

My system details(Sorry I cant make it english now)

As you can see it says Intel IvyBridge mobile,not nvidia stuff

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And my additional driver section is empty

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So I dont wanna install windows for games,I think I can run most of games( I dont care about ultra settings)

How can I get full graphics from my laptop

Thank you so much everyone


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marked as duplicate by user68186, Thomas Ward, Eric Carvalho, Raja, belacqua May 15 '13 at 16:58

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Thanks but it seems like switching,I cant switch because my ubuntu cant found any graphic card I think – Mert May 14 '13 at 17:23
You are welcome. Also see: Ubuntu can't detect my nVidia graphics card – user68186 May 14 '13 at 17:34
It's an Nvidia Optimus system, you need Bumblebee to be able to use the Nvidia card, because it's the secondary card, the Intel GPU is the primary. – grimpitch May 15 '13 at 4:40

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