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System : Ubuntu 13.10

Kernel : 3.11

Cpu : AMD phenom II 1055t 2.8 ghz

Gpu : Nvidia gts 250 (drivers are 331)

Screen : Samasung sa350 22 inch LED (60hz)

Ram : 4GB

after Nvidia driver update (all versions are the same) now my screen works at 50 fps i used benchmark tool in ccsm to figure it out i have to change it manually every time i reboot through composite in ccsm also. is there a way to automate this processes?

i have another question how can i make the numlock key to stay activated when booting? because i have to turn it on every time i boot

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your numlock problem is solved here : askubuntu.com/questions/155679/… –  Private Oct 24 '13 at 9:14
    
thx this solved numlock issue –  Ehab Lajin Oct 24 '13 at 10:42
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