[ubuntu-us-nm] Display problems

Anthony Ortega n0wje87004 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 14 11:56:16 UTC 2012

I don't know if this may hep but during upgrade and i assume your still
running 10.04 LTS it may have uninstalled the opengl package. maybe check
to see if it is installed. I have read a couple of post that point to this
issue. Maybe

There has been a couple of post that also suggest a clean install of 12.04
if this was an upgrade from previous versions.
Also check for mesa packages too. I have had this happen to me but with a
nvidia and ati card. Most intel cards get detected correctly. The other
issue that I have had is the monitor not getting detected correctly too. It
will show up as a generic monitor with limited display modes. I will keep
plugging away at this. I hope this helps. I have always installed fresh on
my versions of Ubuntu.  The only 10.04 that I have left in the house is a
file server. I have switched to 12.04 LTS. My Dell m5030 laptop runs great
on this release better than 11.10 and all functions work correct. Even
unity I have grown to like it. Please don't hold that against me!!!! Have a
great day and talk to you soon.

On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 11:27 PM, Researcher Taylor <
research at lawlearners.org> wrote:

> **
> Monitor make:   Dell
> Mode:               1800FP
> Anthony Ortega wrote:
> I will see what I can do but I am a beginner at helping out but I will
> give it a good old college try. Does the monitor show the brand of monitor
> or does it show generic monitor?
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