[SOLVED] Assuring that the ASUS PB278Q Monitor Can Operate at 2560x1440 Resolution
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If you have access to a text console this should install and activate the Nvidia drivers:
sudo jockey-text -e xorg:nvidia_current
Don't mean to ignore you, I touched on the use of Jockey last night. Jockey, using the list option, reported the availability of a Nvidia driver ending in "304". I have not followed up on this yet as I am focusing on resolving the appearing/disappearing launcher/icons. Last night, I was able to get them to come-back with the motherboard's on-board video output. I'm continuing this tale-of-woe here: Asus GT630-SL-2GD3-L Graphic Card Not Recognized (Ubuntu 13.04)