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I recently bought a Shuttle X35V2 with GMA 3150 graphics (great computer for the money). When i connect my monitor (native 1360x768) in only get two resolutions to choose from, 1024x768 and 800x600. I have understand that GMA 3150 with no problems can show resolutions up to 2048x1536 with no problem.

I have tried to use xrandr to change resolution to 1360x768 and it works very well.

But, I have not succed to set it to this resolution permantly, when I reboot it still set to 1024x768.

I also have a Asus Eee PC 1001PX with GMA3150. I have the same problem when i connect a monitor with high resolution to it

So, to my question:

How do I get 1360x768 permantly on my GMA 3150 graphics with Ubuntu 11.10?

Regards Magnus

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Which graphic driver are you using? also check this link,it might solve your problem

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