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Old 06-24-2007, 01:24 PM   #1
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Unichrome Graphics card resolution problem

Hi there, I just installed the latest version of Ubuntu after I was having trouble getting the net to work. After some help from people on here I got it working,

Trouble was I got only 800x600 resuloution and no option to change in in the GUI. I searched on here and found a command to run to sort it out. I ran that and selected the correct resolution 1024x768, so far so good. Then when I rebooted after login ( the login screen at 1024x76 the screen goes all screwy with lines and everything else so I can't do anything. I got got back to the normal settings but still only in 800x600.

It is a Unichrome Pro Graphics card in an Amilio Pro Laptop

thanks in advance


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