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Results 1 to 7 of 7 Thread: 10.10 cannot detect monitor Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here make-use-of-logo logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle I finally managed to get the HDMI (possibly VGA) port working. Open a terminal and execute the following command : $ sudo gedit /usr/bin/compizSearch in the file the lines about the blacklist. http://inviewsoftware.com/cannot-detect/cannot-detect-wireless-ubuntu-10-04.html

I was able to upgrade and get the box running easily, but when I came back to the office and the docking station I ran into trouble. xrandr does not even see it. Ubuntu looks nice but there are so many issues that I am about to give up and just use it in a VM. As a matter of fact I haven't yet been able to fix it since I am occupied with school now. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1593899

Debian Multimedia :: How To Get Xrandr / Arandr To Detect Dual Monitor Ubuntu Networking :: Network Monitor No Longer Showing Up In Taskbar? I have been held up since last night and I am completely freaked out ! :( And, of course, I change the resolutions to my own monitor's 1024×768, in both cases/clauses. The safest way to set this up is to use ddcprobe as mentioned by ha14. In xorg.conf, replace "vesa" with "intel".

  1. I installed windows on my laptop to make sure the port actually works, and sure enough, it does.
  2. View 1 Replies View Related General :: Screen Rate - Refresh Mode Of The Monitor In The Monitor Options Have Only One Option 60Hz Mar 20, 2010 I am having problems
  3. In the mean time, keep rocking MUO as you guys have always done!
  4. iv had many different external monitors, and not even 1 allows external display to work.
  5. there is a list: Monitor information for use by Xconfigurator http://sources.gentoo.org/cgi-bin/viewvc.cgi/gentoo/src/hwdata/MonitorsDB Section "Monitor" Identifier "Monitor0" VendorName "Monitor Vendor" ModelName "Monitor Model" HorizSync 31.0 - 96.0 VertRefresh 55.0 - 160.0 I think

In general for this situation is necessary to install additional drivers. I have been running Linux/Ubuntu on it for almost two years now. All Rights Reserved. The latest NVIDIA drivers have always produced the best results for me and did not require me to play around with config files to work properly with my dual (but not

Adv Reply November 11th, 2010 #6 Fayce66 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2010 Beans 6 Re: 10.10 cannot detect monitor Same Join Date Nov 2005 Location New York, USA Beans 1,223 DistroUbuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr Re: 10.10 cannot detect monitor This is not much help, but I just did an upgrade of I'm loving the content! http://linux.bigresource.com/General-detect-Monitor-Ubuntu-9-10-It-is-showing-unknown-monitor--cvav6wZwj.html General :: Screen Rate - Refresh Mode Of The Monitor In The Monitor Options Have Only One Option 60Hz Hardware :: What To Do When Monitor Is Unknown?

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Reply Anatoly Spektor October 24, 2011 Most Ubuntu updates are installed from the repository, so there is a big chance that installing the same Ubuntu, packages that are installed, Does The Amazing Lightspeed Horse work, RAW?

As you have Radeon card, you can follow already answered question here: How to install drivers for AMD Radeon HD 7850? http://www.cornbio.com/ubuntu-10-10-can-t-detect-my-monitor/ Disper Package After some more researching, I found a tool called "disper", which does exactly what I need. Unplugging the monitor shows the login screen on the laptop.If i boot without the monitor attached, log in, then plug it in, i see the following from xrandr:Code:Screen 0: minimum 320 If the above isn't working the following should be a safe range of values.
HorizSync 30 - 80
VertRefresh 60 - 60
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I am completely exhausted trying over and over again! this content I did try SYSTEM>ADMINISTRATION>Hardware Drivers and it searched and found NOTHING. After that I installed the radeon drivers so I was able to get my screen back up. View 9 Replies View Related Ubuntu :: 9.10 - Unknown Monitor And Screen Not Refreshed Aug 14, 2010 I installed Ubuntu 9.10 on an old PC, Dell dimension L550r, PIII500, 512M

Section "Screen" Identifier "Screen0" Device "Device0" Monitor "Monitor0" DefaultDepth 24 Option "Stereo" "0" Option "nvidiaXineramaInfoOrder" "CRT-0" Option "metamodes" "GPU-56281125-01c7-ee85-b8b9-b3e5cf94b7c5.GPU-0.DVI-I-0: 1920x1080 +0+180, GPU-cbc59e3f-e8c1-a347-a069-b62f6b885f7d.GPU-1.DVI-I-0: 1920x1080 +1680+180" Option "MultiGPU" "Off" Option "SLI" "off" Option Somebody else mentioned that dodgy cables could be the issue, but again I can't see why since it worked before the upgrade. Unfortunately the rebooting of X server and the restart of the system didnt help I have tried to upgrade to ubuntu 11.10 and the problem is now different: both screens as weblink Unfortunately, I am not sure HOW the video card decided to even display to the second monitor.

Dec 4, 2010 I have a new Television that is connected to a computer running Ubuntu 10.04 with a VGA cable. Can I get it to simply auto-switch? And "BOOM" here it is -> System -> Preferences - > Keyboard -> Layouts -> Options I checked the box and used CNTR+ALT+BACKSPACE.

It worked fine in 10.04.

This may be the issue for you, and I think(?) your GPUs are different. Adv Reply October 13th, 2010 #2 mgmiller View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message May the Ubuntu Be With You! It was extremely useful but suddenly stopped working. Your xorg.conf file (if it exists) should already have this.

Ubuntu :: 10.10 Cannot Detect The Monitor Ubuntu :: Monitor Unknown Intel Graphics Ubuntu :: Unknown Monitor (missing 1024x768) Ubuntu :: 9.10 - Unknown Monitor And Screen Not Refreshed Ubuntu :: Maybe you want to have a look at the "cycle-stage"-option of disper: just adding a launcher with disper --cycle-stages='-s : -S' --cycle will enable you to switch between primary and secondary Also, maybe it sounds silly, but sometimes "Restart" button is help of many problems And keep me updated Cheers Anatoly

Reply Francesco October 25, 2011 Anatoly, thanks for your reply. check over here Still, at that time after the restart, the only resolution was 800x600.

Sep 14, 2010 I'm running 10.04 on a Radeon HD 4650 card with fglrx. So what I decided to do is to look at the Keyboard layout.