How do you change the resolution if the netbook max resolution is 1024x600 into 1024x768 or better. I tried a live Pinguy OS and was able to set the screen resolution into that size.
on 01/13/2012 – Made popular on 01/13/2012
I recently ran (live) Linux Lite (ubuntu-based) on an eee PC1000HE
The netbook's LCD is 1024x600, but it can have a 1024x768 virtual display, that pans a little bit up and down when you approach the upper and lower limits of the screen's physical limits with the mouse pointer.
Ok, am having a weird issue with an older netbook I picked up. The netbook is a Gammatech N1L2. It has an Intel Atom n450 chipset with the Intel N10 graphics card (Pineview). This is were things get a little odd. When loading from a live usb/install Ubuntu detects the proper screen resolution (1024x600) but after install my only two options are 1024x768 and 800x600.
I have an issue that has me very confused. I have a generic Intel Atom n450 netbook with the integrated Intel n10 graphics chipset. When I use a live usb to book the netbook, ubuntu detects the screen resolution (1024x600) properly; but after I install ubuntu it detects it as 1024x700. How do I get it to detect the screen resolution properly after the install?
Screen resolution stuck at 1024x768
I am facing this problem of low resolution in Ubuntu 11.10. Optimal resolution of my monitor is 1280x1024, however in Ubuntu I am getting maximum resolution as 1024x768. I did not face this problem with Windows 7 installed earlier on my system.
I have Dell 7520 with AMD Raedon 7XXXM graphics card, thankfully, I got to make it work. But the problem now is screen resolution, as I have screen resolution of 1920 X 1080 for 15.6" laptop, which is way too much. In the Display Monitor settings, I cannot change it to whatever I want, only the resolution with 16:9 works perfectly.
I have an eee 901 (with its tiny screen) and just bought a separate LCD screen. I tried to set the screen resolution with gnome-display-properties, but the maximum in the drop-down menu is 800x600 pixel. How can I change this?
I checked the xorg.conf, but it is more or less empty.