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To actually use hybrid graphics, you have to use the fglrx driver. There are many other things fglrx can do which xserver-xorg-video-ati can't. An example is frequency change of an AMD APU with an integrated Radeon chip, like the AMD A8 series. What you could try is to install the latest fglrx build from AMD's website. However, you can't be sure whether ...


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Mars-tech Corp. is an indian manufacturer of monitors / tv-sets. Your monitor/tv may have another label but infact it is a Mars-tech device, and like many of these companies do, so they too are still using Overscan without any need. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overscan If you're using a HDMI connection it may be helpful to use the ordinary ...


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After many days, perhaps even weeks, I was able to run the graphics card from AMD, and while the hybrid mechanism. I worked on Ubuntu 14.04.1 using the latest drivers from your video card manufacturer. Download the drivers from AMD / ATI. Run it in the console (in graphical mode) by typing sudo sh ./amd.run (I've simplified the long file name). Select the ...


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After searching for hours the internet finally figured out the problem. AMD Catalyst 14.9 is not supported by X.Org Server 1.16. However it's possible to install the latest fglrx drivers through terminal or additional driver settings. By Terminal: sudo apt-get install fglrx fglrx-amdcccle fglrx-core By Additional Drivers: System Settings -> Software ...


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You'd better install the proprietary drivers from the release repository : sudo apt-get install fglrx fglrx-core fglrx-amdcccle fglrx-pxpress sudo ln -svT /usr/lib /usr/lib64 #Only for Ubuntu 64bits sudo amdconfig --initial never again, it's NVIDIA or nothing next time! My previous laptop was nvidia hybrid and it was as difficult as for amd graphic ...



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