So, I have tried everything I can think of and have read in the launchpad, and everykind of potential tweek I read about included updating to the newest ATI driver via the ATI website (Which I had to roll back to the ubuntu repository version as I lost some capabilities) I have an ATI 3650HD 512MB PCI Express 2.0 and I have an Nvidia FX5200 128MB AGP 8x (Note, this Nvidia FX5200 is in a much older pc also). I am able to get much better results with my old Nividia card which is several generations older and kinda under junker level by todays terms then I am able to get with my ATI card. With my ATI the screen flickers on boot up and has a good amount of flickering and fps problems in games whereas with my old Nvidia I dont have the flickering and I get a higher fps..this doesnt seem to make any sense. I know the ATI drivers are a little behind..but that is a HUGE difference between the potential of those cards. As of the date of this post Ubuntu 10.04 is completely up to date with all the recommended patches. But I still have issues with this card. I have tried both Kubuntu and Ubuntu and have the same issues. I have windows vista on the pc also and the ATI works great compared to the old Nvidia card by leaps, bounds, and the nvidia card doesnt really even compare to the ATI perfomance in windows...so what am I doing wrong in Linux with the ATI setup? Note ( I have also had the same problem with an ATI 9600 128MB vs Nvida GeForce 4 MX 64MB, Had far far better results in old pc with Nvidia) Thanks for your help in advance
P.S. Other then this graphics problem, I LOVE UBUNTU LINUX!!