Failure of xserver upon motherboard change
After 10 years of Windows, for the past two years, I have been using Linux with much satisfaction. One thing I find wanting in Linux is that it doesn't start the graphical server automatically (using a 'Standard VGA Adapter' as in Windows) after a change of motherboard with different graphics chipset. Only in Fedora, I found it automatically re-configured and started like Windows. In this regard, is there any package (in Debian) that needs to be installed to achieve this facility? If not, what should be done when the graphical server fails to start at motherboard change?
Thanks in advance for your help.