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Help I've just upgraded to the latest version of ubuntu 11.10 and have lost dual screen. I am running a dell inspiron 1520 with nvidia graphics card. When I go into display all it tells me is I have an unknown screen and won't search for other monitors or tvs. It was working fine before upgrade, can anyone help?????
In Ubuntu 11.04, I copied an mp3 file to mu home folder and then tried to use the terminal to move it to /Music. Didn't work. Trial and error may help. I used to know DOS pretty well, but this is elusive.
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