An integrated Graphics Card comes built into the motherboard. It doesn't have its own RAM, so it uses the system's memory instead.

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Integrated webcam not being detected

I am having a problem with my laptops integrated cam. Its a brand new laptop and the cam worked in windows 8. But I dont do windows. So I installed Ubuntu 12.10 and the cam DID work... but I then went ...
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Intel HD4000 HDMI and Ubuntu 13.04

Any ideas what can I do in order to get HDMI output in Ubuntu 13.04? I have an integrated Intel Hd4000 card. It is very frustrating that this basic function still doesn't work.. This is the output ...
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How can I disable i915 Intel integrated graphics permanently?

I have a nVidia GTX660 running the latest drivers via the Ubuntu additional hardware tab. As such, I noticed I have been having weird issues when playing graphic intensive games and I found that ...
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Older Nvidia integrated graphics problem

I have installed Ubuntu 8.04 right now. But I tried to install 12.04 and my graphic doesn't work correctly. I have nvidia integrated graphic on MB: MS 7309. Which version of Ubuntu should I use, my ...
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14.04 - How to use integrated CPU graphics with NVIDIA driver?

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04, and am having some graphics troubles. Basically, what I want to do is have the NVIDIA driver installed, while still use CPU graphics for the display, and have my NVIDIA ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 Switchable Graphics ATI Lenovo G510

Sorry if my question sound stupid, but I'm not very clever with linux yet I'm facing well known problem around here namely switchableGraphics. In --here-- you can find information that in linux ...
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Gateway P5WS0 Laptop Webcam not detected

I installed a copy of Ubuntu 14 (x32) on my Gateway P5WS0 Laptop recently. So far I have yet to get the integrated webcam to work. Both Skype and Cheese show some sort of error message. Cheese, it ...