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I have running to this situation multiple times . Here is how I fixed it : go to Nvidia website and download the lastest version of GT 755M SLI driver(make sure that you have selected right with x64 or x32). then press ctrl+alt+F1 open console . purge your installed Nvidia driver before installation. sudo apt-get purge nvidia Remove Xorg.conf for the ...


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I managed to fix this issue, so I'm posting the answer here in case anyone else has the same problem. According to someone on the internet, the NVIDIA drivers don't support xrandr (or at least not the current version). In order to change the resolution, I needed to use the "NVIDIA X Server Settings" GUI instead. The option is available on the "X SERVER ...


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The resolution is not only a factor of your TV (whose details you didn't specify) but also of your graphics card and your module (aka "driver"). So if your TV supports a 1776x1000, but your graphics card (which you didn't specify neither) doesn't, it'll just "scale" to the nearest solution which seems to be 1920*1080. Otherwise, you'll have to go down to ...



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