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monitor resolution reseted after reboot (one monitor) [duplicate]

I have a computer with ONLY ONE MONITOR - these are the specs: Ubuntu 15.04 - 32 bits Processor Intel® Pentium(R) Dual CPU E2180 @ 2.00GHz × 2 Graphics Intel® G33 x86/MMX/SSE2 $ lspci -v | grep -i ...
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How to set resolution to native screen resolution? (over 1920x1080) [duplicate]

I have a 17" laptop with Intel 6700HQ and Nvidia 950M inside (ASUS N752VX). When I boot Windows, it starts with native resolution of the display which is 2560x1440. On Ubuntu, I can't go over ...
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Display Resolution on 10.04/12.04/13.04 [duplicate]

Is there a 'FIX' to the Display > Resolution problem on ubuntu 10.04/12.04/13.04 on some machines. My dELL-Vostro 200 screen needs a resolution of 1280x1024, with any ubuntu installation I have tried ...
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Why can't I see 16:9 aspect ratios?

So for a while I have had an old EMA 15" monitor hooked up to my Ubuntu machine running Ubuntu 15.04. The Monitor runs 1024x768 (4:3). At this point all is fine. But I hooked my computer to my ...
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2560 x 1080 Screen Resolution on Ubuntu 14.04

I recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 on a mac mini and bought a 2560 x 1080 ultrawide LG monitor for it. Problem is that it doesn't display the proper resolution, the maximum being 1920 x 1080 under ...
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Max resolution available is 1024x768, while I should expect 1280x1024

The max resolution what I can choose is 1024x768. What shall I do to have 1280x1024 (max resolution of my monitor) option too? My configuration: a Siemens brand PC Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot ...
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Increasing the resolution on 14.04 beyond what is shown

I've got a new installation on Compaq 6715b. I tried following these instructions to increase my screen's resolution. What I did: Ran the command: sudo cvt 1680 1080 60 Found out my device like ...
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How to change Monitor of ubuntu box Also 'Out of Frequency ' Error due to monitor change

I have find very odd and crude solution to this entire episode. It is as follows Start installing ubuntu as usual. Switch off the monitor Wait for some time (1-2 minutes) till the HDD access stops ....
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Xubuntu 14.04 resolution low

I installed Xubuntu 14.04 amd64 on the computer at the computer repair shop where I work, but the screen resolution is way low, like 1024 x 768 (that wouldn't be low for a laptop or anything, but for ...
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Lenovo T430s, Ubuntu 13.04, unknown monitor

I have installed Ubuntu 13.04 on a Lenovo T430s. I connected an external monitor via the VGA port (Samsung SyncMaster 2443). When I go to the Display settings, the monitor appears as "unknown", and ...
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13.10 - How to use the maximal resolution with an Acer X233H monitor?

I reported this as a bug already (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-intel/+bug/1272621) but as I think this might be useful to other users, I thought I should ask for a fix ...
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How to set 1440×900 screen resolution?

I have an ASUS wide screen on a dual boot machine. In Windows screen resolution is 1440×900, but in Ubuntu the only settings available are 1424×768 or less. Is there a way to change this?