I had a problem a while ago getting the screen resolution to where I like it. I had to manually install the nvidia driver. Ubuntu would not allow me to go (absolutely no option for) over 800x600 if I remember correctly, possibly lower.
I have a nvidia gtx 550 ti graphic card.
Hello! First off all... sorry for my english xDWell... i have problems with the display... specifically with the resolution of the monitor...I changing the resolution to 1024x786... all right... but after reboot, the resolution come back to the 800x600...:(:(:(:(:(:(also... i want see all partitions that have my computer... i had tried mount but no found. :(:(:(:(:(Thanks.
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in an attempt to get me less radioactive i have put my lappy on a desk not on my lap. it is a little way from me so i need to do 800x600 resolution so i can read comfortably. the fedora install i have (vista copes ok) only shrinks down the screen to 800x600 when i choose this screen mode. i really need 800x600 fullscreen. what can i do here? thanks.:(
I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 on my Lenovo G575 (64 bit). I was using my computer with the 1366x768 display resolution. I changed the display resolution of my computer to the 800x600 yesterday, then I tried to return it back to 1366x768, but I couldn't. When I try to change resolution, it's getting dark and it crashes. Then nothing happens. So I need to restart to open my computer.
So, in the last release, I could use quite a variety of different resolutions, but 12.04 limits me to only 1920x1080, 1024x768, and 800x600 resolutions. I don't remember what the exact resolution was, but it was smaller than 1920x1080 and didn't cause lag whenever I tried to switch workspaces.