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    Display issues Ubuntu 11.04 on Asus eeeTop ET1602C

    I'm not a new user to Ubuntu, but I am having issues with the latest version of it on my Asus eeeTop ET1602C Touch-screen All in One computer.
    The highest resolution size available to me is only 1024 x 768, when my display supports a much higher resolution. I would like to change that display option, but I can't figure out how to do so. I've checked the software center for other display support options, but there's nothing there.
    Anyone have any idea how I can add higher resolution rates?

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    Re: Display issues Ubuntu 11.04 on Asus eeeTop ET1602C

    Bumping this to the top.

    I'm still having this issue, and can't figure it out. It doesn't matter which iteration of Ubuntu I'm logging into, with or without graphics (new or classic style), I still can't get a higher resolution option than 1024x768- which is causing all kinds of warping on my screen because it clearly is higher than that.

    Doesn't have an nVidia graphics card, it is running an Intel card.

    Any takers? Anyone have a hack I can execute? Anything? Bueller? I can work in a terminal, if you've got the hack...

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    Re: Display issues Ubuntu 11.04 on Asus eeeTop ET1602C

    For others having this issue, here are two websites that my partner used to hack and fix my display issues!

    http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-change...ng-xrandr.html

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...=915resolution

    He changed the xrandr using terminal, up above, and set it to the display that I get when I boot into Windows.

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