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Linux vs. Windows Screen resolution for HDMI hookup

 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 5:27 pm    Post subject: Linux vs. Windows Screen resolution for HDMI hookup Reply with quote

Hi I'm new to Linux and am trying to hook my laptop up to my 40" Toshiba. When I did this in Win 7, the best resolution to use for TV display was 1280x720. When I hook my laptop up in Ubuntu, this resolution is unavailable. Why are there less resolutions available in Ubuntu? Is there a way that I can override this? Lastly, Win 7 will remember to reconfigure my resolution when my TV is connected and then switch it back to the monitor's native resolution when disconnected. Is this possible in Linux?

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