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josejaime 04-19-2013 02:31 PM

I installed linux mint 14 xfce debian and need a 1600x900 resolution
 
I installed linux mint 14 xfce Debian and my problem
is that the screen resolution in not the rite one I
need a resolution of 1600x900 and i don't have that
type of resolution in xfce.
What can i do

TobiSGD 04-19-2013 04:05 PM

Hello and welcome to LQ.

The first thing to do is to give us more information about the video hardware you use. Please post the output of
Code:

lspci

Nbiser 04-19-2013 07:52 PM

Have you found the settings area where you change the resolution yet? Also, please do what TobiSGD told you.

Cheers,
Nbiser

josejaime 04-20-2013 09:44 AM

code:lspci
Hello again;I honestly don't no much about computers; i have a emachines old version i can see it uses a grafics by envidia,and i see AMD Athlon 64, and it is a microsoft windows xp.In the technical part I honestly
cant say much.I just love linux programs ihave nadia installed in my other pc no problem with grafic.
but when i installed the mint xfce debian version all this problem came with the package.
I have a dell monitor 23" i got it cos of poor eye sight,in the monitor reference i have the following resolution 1920x1080,1280x1024,1152x864,1024x768,800x600,640x480,
720x400.
at this moment i am using the Resolution:1152x864 in Refresh:75Hz in Rotation:Normal
cos the default of 1920x1080 the letters are extra small an icons and so on....
well my friends that is all i can honestly say. I hope that will help.and a am very
happy with the linux mint personal Thank You very much.

ronlau9 04-20-2013 10:48 AM

First Control Center and than Monitor how much options have you there .
Go for the settings that is most suitable for you and than Apply
There is also a option called Terminal .
Click on that option .
Than type lspci return and post the outcome here


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