Intel845 resolution problem
shiva.chikkalli at gmail.com
Wed Dec 24 07:25:23 UTC 2008
Thanks for the help. I had done the fonts adjustment and also the refresh
cycle. It had improved a lot. My screen is quite reasonable and no much
issue except, I want to see the screen as good as Windows. I am using
As suggested, I feel going back to UBUNTU8.04 would be a better idea if it
helps me substantially improvement in screen resolution.
*Please, please let me know what is the better way to downgrade the Ubuntu,
I mean the procedure..*
On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 6:19 AM, NoOp <glgxg at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On 12/20/2008 09:28 PM, Shiva Chikkalli wrote:
> > Hey Guys,
> > I have installed UBUNTU8.10 on my Desktop with dual OS(Windows XP). I had
> > issues during installation and got solved by referring the UBUNTU
> > Now everything in fine except the desktop screen. The configuration is as
> > below:
> > INTEL P4 2.4 GHz processor
> > 256+512 MB RAM
> > Intel845g Mercury Motherboard
> > Samsung 17" Monitor
> > I have set the resolution to 1024x768 and 75 Hz refresh rate. Inspite of
> > this, my screen is blur. It looks like the driver is using lesser color
> > depth but I am not sure. Please help me to fix this issue. Thanks in
> > advance.
> > regards
> > Shiva
> You can make some adjustments via: System|Preferences|Appearance|Fonts.
> Unfortunately with 8.10 the xorg is quite different than 8.04.1 where
> you could use displayconfig-gtk and even import a Windows .inf file for
> your monitor - see:
> Specifically what is the Samsung 17 monitor model number? Do you have an
> .inf file for it in Windows? If so, I'd really recommend installing
> 8.04.1 instead of 8.10. That way you can use displayconfig-gtk and
> easily modify your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file to suit your monitor and
> machine. IMO the new xorg in 8.10 is just a little too much 'plug&pray'
> for me; works well for some, doesn't work at all for others, and seems
> (again in my opinion) is just a little too new/untested for everyman's use.
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