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  1. [other] Re: BURG will not change to widescreen 1366x768 - driver issue, or incorrect cfg?

    That was from outside of X. Though, the same result was produced when X was loaded and the command was fed into the Terminal.
  2. [other] Re: BURG will not change to widescreen 1366x768 - driver issue, or incorrect cfg?

    Here's the output of sudo hwinfo --framebuffer:


    02: None 00.0: 11001 VESA Framebuffer
    [Created at bios.464]
    Unique ID: rdCR.ku_DuSHewh1
    Hardware Class: framebuffer
    Model:...
  3. [other] Re: BURG will not change to widescreen 1366x768 - driver issue, or incorrect cfg?

    I tried changing it to 1366x768x24 (all the others were x24), and it didn't work. In addition, burg-emu Displays it just fine.

    If GRUB was able to display in my display's full resolution, does...
  4. Re: Dual-booting W7x64 and 12.04 LTS, recovery partition broken

    I have a W7 Install disc (which comes preloaded with all repair tools a repair disc has), but I only have access to it when I'm at home.

    That being said, how might I go about fixing this?
  5. [other] BURG will not change to widescreen 1366x768 - driver issue, or incorrect cfg?

    I'm on a laptop that dualboots W7 and 12.04. I installed BURG, but it doesn't seem to want to go into 1366x768 resolution, the full resolution of the laptop monitor. Running "vbeinfo" in the GRUB...
  6. Re: Dual-booting W7x64 and 12.04 LTS, recovery partition broken

    I mean Windows' recovery partition. I can see it in a partition manager like GParted or Windows' built-in one, but booting to it through the F8 menu or GRUB/BURG causes it to fail.
  7. Dual-booting W7x64 and 12.04 LTS, recovery partition broken

    So, I just installed Ubuntu 12.04 onto my laptop and I'm now using GRUB to load Windows 7. However, booting into Windows 7's recovery partition through GRUB causes an error to occur. I get a screen...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help with Ubuntu 8.04 (Error 17)

    I have a USB keyboard, mouse, SD card w/ live Ubuntu 8.04, & (ipodless) ipod cable. Do I need to remove the keyboard & mouse? BTW, the "Front" USB port is actually from an internal SATA card reader,...
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    [ubuntu] Help with Ubuntu 8.04 (Error 17)

    Alright. First, let me say that I am VERY new to this, and have no idea what to do.
    I have a full install of Ubuntu 8.04 on my Kingston Traveldrive 8GB. I installed it via a live SD card version on...
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