have a monitor with native resolution of 1600*900_60.00, and the intel on board Gen3 Xeon video chipset (i915).
when i do "$> xrandr" the 1600x900 resolution is not in the list. I tried to write an xorg configuration for monitor and I placed it on /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf.
I am running Ubuntu 14.04 with bumblebee. I've got an HD 4000 and a 635m, and as many of you know the display is controlled by the intel card. I have a CRT that can reach refresh rates up to 120 hz. But the EDID info sent by the monitor says the max rate it can achieve is 85 hz.
I have a monitor with native resolution of 1600*900_60.00, and the intel on board Gen3 Xeon video chipset (i915).
when i do $> xrandr the 1600x900 resolution is not in the list. I tried to write an xorg configuration for monitor and I placed it on /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.
I have Kubuntu 9.10 running on a Dell Vostro 1720 with 17" display with a resolution of 1920x1200. The graphics card is a GeForce 9600M GS and I am using the nvidia driver for it. At 1920x1200 everything works really well, my problem is that I can't change to a lower resolution. I've tried adding new resolutions in xorg.conf,
Not sure why this is happening:Linux DeskTop 3.4.4-2-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sun Jun 24 17:28:37 UTC 2012 i686 GNU/Linuxlibvdpau 0.4.1-2 [installed]nvidia 302.17-1 [installed]nvidia-utils 302.17-1 [installed]xorg-xrandr 1.3.5-1 [installed]Now, if I use xlockmore 5.38-1 or, even slock 1.0-1 to LOCK the screenafter UNLOCKING said screen, the display will go into another resolution,almost like it i
Hi all,I am using a script found on this forum to switch between two xorg.conf to enable/disable the tv-out, it work like a charm however the resolution isn't working and the error about the resolution appear on the left of the screen.
I have a problem with screen resolution, xrander shows that maximum resolution is 1600x1200, and my screen naive resolution is 1920x1080
I'm using DVI-VGA adapter to connect my monitor, so i think the problem is caused by it.
Before i installed AMD drivers, i was able to change resolution by adding new mode in xrandr and running it.
Now, however, this feature does not work, nothin