No upgrade log present probably fresh install. You can check with them your inquiry. I urge as many users here that are affected by their current poor support to get onto their live chat, voice our concerns and provide them similar feedback to the above. Join Date Nov Beans Hidden! August 31st, 5.
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Easy to understand Ubuntu manual with lots of pics: Attempting to use Ubuntu The installer tool simply adds a repository and updates some packages, you can do the same thing manually by issuing the following commands in the terminal one at a time: What graphics chip gam is used in the Netbook?
For some reason, when I try to update to a modern version of Linux from Debian 6.
This graphic chip is present in most new netbooks StaRetji: The Advent automatically upscales the. I have not ubumtu from you for the last 3 minutes.
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If that is not doing the job Here is the conversation that I had with an Intel support person to verify my concern: Tue May 7 I have made a grave mistake by doing so already. February 24th, 2.
August 31st, 5. No “looks like p” option.
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Now you can get intel graphics from their open source site. Type sudo apt-get install mesa-utils in the terminal and then check system info and youtube to test p everything will be hunky doory.
Trying to install Intel Linux Graphics
Phoronix Test Suite OpenBenchmarking. Have a nice day.
I believe Intel graphics drivers shipped with Ubuntu include support for Intel GMA – the support has been included in early or so. Obtain information on how to troubleshoot screen resolution issues.
And I’m not asking much, just to be able to watch videos without stuttering, tearing, vertical lines, slow motion etc Venu Gopal: No sound in mkv 2 Apr Video lagging.
From what I have read, the D uses Intel’s GMA chip and the drivers for that chip are automatically included in the standard Ubuntu release, so that’s not my problem I think. I’d be happy to help you with that.