Originally Posted by yooy
Open the terminal and type:
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-drivers-common
ubuntu-drivers-common detects and installs additional Ubuntu driver packages.
This package aggregates and abstracts Ubuntu specific logic and knowledge about third-party driver packages, and provides APIs for installers and driver configuration GUIs.
Command line interface
The simplest frontend is the "ubuntu-drivers" command line tool. You can use it to show the available driver packages which apply to the current system (ubuntu-drivers list), or to install all drivers which are appropriate for automatic installation (sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall), which is mostly useful for integration into installers.
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Thank you for the prompt reply. I got to the terminal and wrote "sudo apt-get install ubuntu-drivers-common' this is what I came up with
ahmedwaqas92@ahmedwaqas92-945GCMX-S2:~$ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-drivers-common
[sudo] password for ahmedwaqas92:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
ubuntu-drivers-common is already the newest version.
ubuntu-drivers-common set to manually installed.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 3 not upgraded.
seems a dead end tbh, are there any other ways or workarounds ??