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You can switch them this way: sudo aticonfig --px-igpu to the integrated adapter. sudo aticonfig --px-dgpu to the descrete adapter. Log off and log on after that. You can see the status by aticonfig --pxl You can also switch the adapters using Catalyst Control Center GUI utility. Note: This should work on a supported Ubuntu version (14.04 or ...


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Try disabling compositing in the window manager settings or x server config file. If you don't need the fancy effects this should not be an issue. In xfce it's in settings manager -> window manager tweaks -> compositor tab. In xorg.conf: Section "Extensions" Option "Composite" "Disable" EndSection I had the exact same problem, every tool reported ...


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If you don't have fglrx installed, then you should install it. It's the proprietary driver for AMD graphics cards, so you'll have much better performance with it installed. Open the Additional Drivers app (search it) and select the fglrx option. I'm not quite sure what this would have to do with Wine packages, but this is the answer to what you've currently ...


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I'm using this driver on Mint 17.3 with a Radeon HD 7450, so I don't think it's the device but rather the version of Ubuntu and AMD not updating their workspace often enough. fglrxinfo: display: :0 screen: 0 OpenGL vendor string: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. OpenGL renderer string: AMD Radeon HD 7400 Series OpenGL version string: 4.5.13416 ...


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The drivers from the Software center and the ones from the Additional drivers tool are the same version. This version has been tested for Ubuntu, although this doesn't mean that it will work with your specific video card, as fglrx is a very generic driver. The version on AMD's website is often more recent than the one in Ubuntu's repositories, so it may ...


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So far, I tried: sudo apt-get purge "fglrx.*" and the options were not greyed out anymore. I chose fglrx and it seems to work now.



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