It's 2 year I've started using ubuntu. In ubutnu 10.04 until ubuntu 11.10 anything was Ok with my Graphic card, But when I migrate to ubuntu 12.04 I had a corruption in my graphic card and I paid expert to repair it. It was Ok with ubuntu 12.04 in continuous but when I upgraded to ubuntu 12.10 I'm never able to install my nvidia.
I'm new to ubuntu and i've been having this question since the day i installed Ubuntu. Does ubuntu come along with the necessary drivers for my Nvidia 640M graphic card? Also , My computer was overheating a few months back and i found out that the problem was with the Nvidia Optimus thing so i had to use Bumblebee and disable the graphic card.
i know my question is already asked but all question old,
i am going to build myself PC case and i already bought Motherboard, 16GB ram, and power supple (850 Watt), but only thing that i am so confused about it, is Graphic card, i dont know what is BEST graphic card for linux/ubuntu 12.04LTS
i heard from different peoples telling me i should NOT buy NIVIDIA nor ATI because both of them have/has
I read almost all the questions regarding 3d desktop cube effect but every time they say that a graphic card is required. Now how can i do it without a graphic card in 12.10 because i dont have a graphic card...
I already installed ubuntu 14.04 I got Nvidia gt740m graphic card and I just installed nvidia-prime and driver nvidia-331. My issue is that ubuntu keeps freezing, while Im browsing some music pages or twitch ... it sometimes freeze so much so I have to Turn off the computer. I wasnt even on nvidia graphic but on integrated intel graphic card. Did I installed something wrong?
I have tried to install ubuntu 14.04 on my hp pavilion 17-e073ed. The installation went fine, but at the moment of the reboot, ubuntu fails due to problem on graphic cards. A message appears saying that the graphic inputs cannot be configured because I had to do manually. After a second message appears letting me to choose to start in reduced modality or to configure the graphic card.