Hey I'm new to Ubuntu/Linux and im having trouble with my video card set up. It says my graphics are VESA: Redwood Standard. I'm having trouble while playing games but im not sure what the problem is exactly.
on 01/15/2013 – Made popular on 01/15/2013
Hello everyone. I am in desperate need of help, my screen keeps displaying random colours and failing after a several minutes of logging on, but the system does not crash at all. Also, I enjoy computer games very much and when I run games,the graphics in the games starts failing.
Hi, I hope I'm OK posting this here, since it's really a question about hardware and not Ubuntu.
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Video Card - Mobile Intel(R) HD Graphics
Vendor Name Intel Corporation
Video Card Chip Type Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
Video Card Memory 2.77
Hi, I set my grpahics driver to vesa so that I could change to a different card without having trouble with graphics. So I edited the xorg.conf file and chaned the grapics driver. Then after reboot, instead of the login screen I got a garbled mess. I have linked to a photo.