I've received the monitor, and doing sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg mostly worked in getting 1440x900 working. It would not work using the official NVIDIA drivers though, and I had to switch to what I I believe to be the generic drivers 'nv'.
<br><br>Since switching, GNOME feels and acts clunky. Does anyone have and tips for getting the higher resolutions working with the official NVIDIA drivers?<br><br>Regards<br><br>MP<br><br>>Open a console and type "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg". You will.
<br>>be given lots of options, choosing the defaults is probably the best way<br>>to go until you get to the choice of screen resolutions. At that point,<br>>use the arrow keys to find and the space bar to select the resolution
<br>>you want (and in my opinion, unchecking the ones you DON'T want). This<br>>should get you going.<br><br>>M