Questions about display resolution

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ViewSonic Monitor and Nvidia Graphics Card: Overscan

I am struggeling now for almost half a year with my graphic-configuration ( ViewSonic VX2835wm, nvidia GeForce GTS 450). On a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04 with the proprietary nvidia driver Version ...
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How do I fix my Resolution problem

The computer: notebook, HP Envy 15 (2012) AMD Radeon 7690M also Intel HD graphics. The problem: After installing Ubuntu 14.04, my resolution is automatically at 1024x768 and system settings and ...
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Troubleshooting refresh rate

I have been having problems with my refresh rate and it's recommended and default rate is 60ghz. It keeps flickering at every rate I put it. Does anyone have ideas how to resolve this? thank you
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Non-default resolutions should work but don't

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my computer with an integrated Intel® Ivybridge Desktop graphics chip, and immediately noticed the resolution was wrong. When I went to change my resolution, there ...
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Gnome3 on Xubuntu keeps forgetting my screen resolution

I installed Gnome3 on Xubuntu. After I install I used the display manager to set the resolution at 1024*768. But after every reboot Gnome keeps going to 800*600. Fixes I tried. I made an ...
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Add custom resolution to built-in laptop screen in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

My laptop is a Lenovo W530. I have just installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and after some problems, I managed to get it working at 1920 x 1080. However, this resolution is a bit too high for me, so I would ...
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Ubuntu Graphics Driver / Screen Resoloution Problem

I have an old laptop that I installed Ubuntu on from Windows XP previously. After the installation I noticed the screen resolution is wrong and not all of the screen fits on the display. After ...
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HDMI TV Issues with Acer V3-571 laptop

Im a complete Linux novice. Iv installed Mint today on my laptop. So far so good. However Im having a few teething issues with regards to my HDMI connection. When I connect to my TV via HDMI the TV ...
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How to fit the display into external monitor without title and menu bar being pushed outside the screen?

Just got Ubuntu and and seeing as how my laptop screen is broken I have to use an external monitor. How do I fit the display into external monitor without title and menu bar being pushed outside the ...
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Incorrect Resolution via HDMI [on hold]

I've just installed Linux Mint (well, went from deepin, to ubuntu, to mint) and in all of the three distros I've been having issues with the HDMI output on my Nvidia GTX 660's (two in SLI). The port ...
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HWE VirtualBox Screen Resolution

I did the terrible mistake of installing the HWE stack last week. Since then my screen resolution inside VirtualBox has a maximum of 640x480. I downloaded the .iso to install the guest additions ...
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WQHD HDMI GeForce 460M

I have the proprietary nvidia driver installed in Ubuntu 13.04. I have a toshiba qosmio laptop with the GeForce 460M GPU. In windows, I was able to use the configuration utility to successfully get it ...
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Z87N-WiFi message “Unknown display” Howto fix?

Hi I have just built myself a mini-itx rig Motherboard = Gigabyte GAZ87-wifi Graphics = inbuilt HD4600 21" inch Iiyama monitor VGA connected via VGA to DVI convertor I have installed Ubuntu 14.04. ...
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What is the recommended way to run more than 2 monitors in ubuntu?

After quite a bit of trial and error, I have gotten 3 monitors running in 14.04 using an active displayport-to-hdmi adapter, a DVI and an HDMI. However, upon rebooting my system I often have to fiddle ...
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Cant set resolution to 1366x768 in Ubuntu 10.04 [closed]

So I recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 on my laptop and its by far the best and smoothest linux distro ive come across, theres one big problem though. The resolution only goes up to 1024x768 when I need ...
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Mirroring screen -> resolution problem

I have a ASUS N53S laptop, it has a 1920*1080 resolution build in screen. If it matters: GPU is Nvidia GeForce GT 550M. It has a VGA port which I don't/rarely use and a HDMI port. In my HDMI port I ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 - problem with nvidia drivers

I installed 12.04 LTS recently. I installed Nvidia drivers running the following in the terminal : $ sudo apt-get purge nvidia-* $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install nvidia-current-updates ...
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Installing Driver for Matrox M9140 on Ubuntu 14.04

OS: Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit Graphics Card: Matrox M9140 Monitor: Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23" Driver Location: http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/support/drivers/download/?cid=MTE2MTM3NQ==&id=574 ...
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Dual-monitor setup; one monitor changes to low resolution

Dear AskUbuntu Community, I am using Ubuntu 13.10 at work with dual-monitor display. One has 1920x1080 resolution and the other 2560x1440 (main), the graphics card is Radeon 7570 1GB. The main high ...
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Can't install Ubuntu 14.04 because of wrong screen resolution

I'm trying to install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from a USB, and when I boot into it to get started, I can't use my mouse and I can only see part of the window. I can't drag the window and I can't access ...
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Custom resolution doesn't add to display

I'm trying to add custom resolution to display, but it won't add. What I've tried so far : 1-firstly see my current resolutuins $ xrandr The output : Screen 0: minimum 8 x 8, current 1024 x 768, ...
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After using Boot-Repair I cannot change screen resolution

After I tried to install Windows on my 500 GB HDD, where Ubuntu is already installed, the installation rebooted at 1%. Then I got a black screen: no grub, no nothing. I had to use the live CD to be ...
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Can't change monitor to native resolution

I'm using a laptop running ubuntu 14.04 LTE, and I have secondary monitor LG Flatron M197WD, which according to the lg website can run in a 1366x768 resolution. This mode didn't show up in either the ...
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SOLVED: Menu bars and launcher missing (after tampering with xorg.conf)

I'm completely new to Ubuntu, and I'm trying to get to know the various stuff in here. One of these things was to set my screen resolution to 16 bit, in order to play an old game. After browsing ...
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Recent update in ubuntu 14.04 resulted in my external monitor being unable to go above 1024x768 without being met with a black screen/no signal

This is all through HDMI. I cannot go above 1024x768 or I get a black screen / no signal. This means anywhere between 1152x864 and 1920x1080 (which is what I had been set at before the issue). ...
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Screen flash in 14.04

After I choose to boot Ubuntu in grub my screen will go black and flash white just once and then begin to load Ubuntu. This also happened when I had 12.04 installed but I never worried about it till ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS mouse flickering

I have an HP EliteBook G1 laptop plugged in to an HP docking station. I also have two Acer 22" monitors plugged in to the HP docking station. I just got done installing Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and the ...
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Sort by image resolution (dimensions)

Which program have a function to sort images by thier pixel size / resolution / dimensions. Very strange but even so powerfull DigiKam doesn't have so simple function. Any suggestions?
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xrandr --addmode doesn't add to the wanted output (DVI-I-0), instead adding to HDMI-0

The monitor I use is a Samsung SyncMaster S24B300, and no matter what the heck I do, Ubuntu refuses to use 1920x1080 at 60hz for the output I want, despite my monitor (which is unrecognized by the ...
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Kubuntu 14.04LTS, Radeon RS690 (X1270), unable to use resolution of more than 1024x768

I have recently upgrade from 10.04LTS to 14.04LTS. Somewhere along the way, my ability to use 1366x748 resolution stopped. Any suggetions would be apprecieated. I have tried various solutions ...
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I just installed Ubuntu and i've been having weird crashes

So I'll start from the beginning. When I first had installed Ubuntu I was sitting there on the desktop doing nothing. A update popped up and I decided to install it so i can have my Ubuntu up to ...
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Monitor resolutions with open source driver vs Nvidia driver, missing resolutions and refresh rates

I'm running Xubuntu 14.04 with a Nvidia GT 640 (OEM Dell w/GDDR5) video card. When I use the open source driver the display detects as Dell 18" which is correct, as it is a Dell P96 Trinitron display. ...
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Setting the monitor resolution in Lubuntu 14.04

I would like to enquire on how to change the monitor resolution in Lubuntu 14.04 in a permanent manner. The monitor settings under Preferences in the menu does not do the trick. When I say I want to ...
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How to make my secondary display not to overflow?

My primary display resolution is 1920x1080 and my secondary display is 1366x768 (both physically and in the settings). My O.S. is Ubuntu 14.04. I extend the desktop and my problem is that the content ...
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Ubuntu doesn't fill the entire screen

Ubuntu fills all of my screen except for the very left. There is a space between the edge of Ubuntu and the edge of the screen about 1 cm wide. Where should I go to fix this ? if possible, give ...
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i only have 1 dimension for my display, but not the good one

at display settings i only have 1 resolution: 1280x720(16:9). I use dual boot with windows and there i have plenty of resolutions. i need a rare resolution 1280x680. my question is, could anyone give ...
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How can I Change the Login screen Resolution in 14.04

How can I Change the Login screen Resolution in 14.04? These are my specs: ubuntu 14.04 amd64 nVidia 9500 GT, 340.17 driver version monitor display : 1280 x 768_60.00 VGA-0
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Input not supported - Help! [duplicate]

Good guys, first I would like to mention that I'm from Brazil, and I can't write in English, I apologize for spelling mistakes, I'm using Bing translator ... Well here's what happened, then urge the ...
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How to automatically copy pictures with resizing to some directory?

I'd like to share some pictures with someone using Dropbox. However, I'd prefer to downgrade the resolution of them (they will only be viewed on screen on the other side, so there's no need for big ...
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PROBLEM: Displaying Multiple desktops in my system(12.04)

I recently upgraded from 11.10 to 12.04 but the display is showing with multiple desktops, how could I change it to a single screen. fyi..its running on a vm player on a desktop.
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ubuntu could not apply stored configuration for monitors on laptop neo m745s

I just install Ubuntu yesterday, but my resolution stuck on 640x480. While in windows I can get 1280x768.. I just tweak the X11/xorg.conf, and then i got Xorg.conf fail.
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External Montor on Samsung N150 Plus will only run on 1024 x 600 resolution

My Samsung N150 Plus runs OK on Ubuntu 14 which I have just installed as dual boot with Win 7. However when I connect my ASUS ML239H Monitor I can only get 1024 x 600 resolution. With Win 7 the ...
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Image too big for monitor after crash

Ubuntu 14.04 w gnome 3 So my monitor should work on a 1920x1080p (16:9) but no 16:9 ratio resolution fit the screen (top bar, application, power button are all off screen). The only ratio that is ...
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14.04 SiS drivers

I'm having a problem with the SiS drivers provided on 14.04 The xorg drivers seem to be installed but are not recognised therefore the resolution is at a rather large size, 640 x 480. I have tried the ...
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Ubuntu Virtualbox Display Problem [duplicate]

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 on VirtualBox 4.1.14.I also installed the VB guest additions. The virtualbox is installed on a server machine. The screen resolution shows 640x480 which is the maximum ...
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Cant get full resolution on Second monitor with nvdia geforce 210 on 14.04

I am using two Samsung 1920x1080 monitors with my Ubuntu 14.04 machine having an nvdia geforce 210 graphic card. The first monitor is connected to the VGA port and the second monitot to the DVI port ...
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1920x1080 resolution for ASUS laptop running Ubuntu Studio

I'm trying to get Ubuntu Studio to run at the laptop's native resolution. I've already installed the Guest Additions, which gave the os additional resolution settings, but the 1920x1080 and other ...
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How do i change my reolution in Lubuntu? (using xrandr)

I would like help with changing my resolution. I'm running on Lubuntu (Newest version) and I have no clue how to change my resolution. I know of going to Menu>Preferences>Monitor settings but ...
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Still getting input out of range error in grub

I've run boot repair, uncommented the GRUB_GFX line, and set the resolution to 1366x768x60 (the 60 part is the refresh rate, right?) with Grub Customizer. I still got the error, so I ...
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Screen resolution of 14.04 on Microsoft Azure with NoMachine(NX)

I did as follows: VM environment is Microsoft Azure. Created a VM instance of Ubuntu14.04 server edition. login via SSH Installed KDE desktop and NoMachine(NX) free. From the local NX ...