The native resolution of my laptop's 15.6" display is 3840 x 2160. Unfortunately, I found that the graphics on many applications didn't scale appropriately for this resolution, and were pixelated/blurry despite checking or unchecking the option in the Compatibility pane for "Display display scaling on high DPI settings".
I'm really troubled by some issues that started showing up shortly after doing the whole "new hardware support" upgrading yesterday. Among other things, Ubuntu now seems to take longer time to boot, but the most glaring issue is that the Display settings are all messed up!
I'm on a laptop, and the display settings show that apparently I should have a second laptop monitor, which I don't.
I changed settings in BIOS for my display adapter which in turn has effects on my display.
Currently my display has only one option for resolution setting 640x480.
1) I did reset my BIOS
2) deleted monitor* file in ~/.config/ path
but still the issue exist and not resolved. Need help to fix this issue at the earliest.
I've recently installed Ubuntu 11.10 32bit on my laptop. I use a 2nd monitor connected to my laptop and after installing & updating Ubuntu for the first time, I went to display settings to set the monitor as the main display and deactivated the laptop screen display.
At the beginning my screen resolution is 1680x 945 in Ubuntu 12.04. I found the computer is really hot then I try to install a new Nvidia display driver and installed bumblebee. I am not sure it's right approach or not. Then my display resolution is automatically adjusted to 1080 x 768.
After that I cannot select the original resolution.
I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 (1280x800 resolution) connected to an LCD TV Dynex DX-32L150A11 (aspect ratio 16:9, native resolution 1366 x 768, resolution 720p, according to reviews.cnet.com
) by VGA cable.
Why is the native resolution 1366x768 but resolution 720p?