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You need to install a proprietary driver for you video adapter. Run in terminal sudo apt-get install nvidia-346 nvidia-prime and reboot.
You can install proprietary drivers by running in a terminal: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-346 nvidia-prime Then you will be able to switch between the integrated and discrete adapters after a reboot.
fbset - show and modify frame buffer device settings sudo apt-get install fbset Example output sudo fbset -i mode "1920x1200-77" # D: 230.415 MHz, H: 94.743 kHz, V: 77.404 Hz geometry 1920 1200 1920 1200 32 timings 4340 240 32 16 4 240 4 rgba 8/16,8/8,8/0,8/24 endmode Frame buffer device information: Name : VESA VGA ...
hwinfo in Ubuntu 12.04 has been discontinued in Ubuntu 14.04 and onwards. In Ubuntu 14.04 hwinfo can be installed as follows: Download libhd21 dependency package for hwinfo matching your OS's architecture from Debian Package: libhd21 (21.6-1). Download hwinfo_21.6-1 matching your OS's architecture package from ...
I've read all the answers, and I've written a script around input-kbd (part of input-utils) to auto-fix this issue. You should run fixMouse from this repository once every login. It will: listen to dbus for this mouse configure all the keystrokes to KEY_UNKNOWN Standard mouse features (left button; scroll; etc.) still work fine. Only the weird ...
There are several ways to do it, but I advise you to install via repository This is how I do it: Instructions Go to http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us and find the name of your latest NVIDIA Drivers for your card. Mine is 352. In terminal:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mamarley/nvidia In terminal:sudo apt-get update Finally, to install, via ...
I found the solution : I just used an adapter VGA to DVI between my second monitor and my computer and it's ok now.
Glxgears is not good for benchmark, you should use glxspheres instead. There results similar in my system but no need to worry there is no problem. Compare two card with glxspheres and check that you have a problem or not. To install glxspheres: Download VirtualGL (.deb) from: http://sourceforge.net/projects/virtualgl/files/VirtualGL/ Navigate to the ...
Although it would have been interesting to know if I could have found out by system tests myself, the quick answer is: it was a hardware failure. Why? Because the technical service replaced my motherboard. That convinces me; luckily it was still on warranty.
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