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Thread: 12.04 Graphics ISSUE Intel GL40

  1. #11
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    Re: 12.04 Graphics ISSUE Intel GL40

    Im pretty sure that a 15 inch screen can only handle 1280x800 as a maximum resoloution, you had it set at 1920x1280 in windows? I bet the icons on screen looked to small to be useable lol.

  2. #12
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    Re: 12.04 Graphics ISSUE Intel GL40 HALP ME!

    Hey man did you get anywhere with this? I have a Toshiba Satellite C660 15T (now discontinued ) and I'm having issues with graphics rendering. I have the Intel GL40 graphics chipset and when running Half Life 1 in Steam it is incredibly jittery. I was able to run it perfectly on Windows 7 with Steam. I am using Steam through the Crossover app (wine basically) so do you guys think this is an issue with my graphics drivers or with Crossover? Cheers!

    EDIT: My system says "Graphics driver unknown". And "experience standard". Do help please.
    Last edited by ClimaxAlexander; October 31st, 2012 at 07:03 PM.

  3. #13
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    Re: 12.04 Graphics ISSUE Intel GL40

    This driver issue still persists in Ubuntu 12.10. Ubuntu 12.10 detects driver incorrectly.

    I have Toshiba Satellite L300-245, whit Intel GL40 chipset and Mobile Intel GMA 4500M graphics adapter with core and shader clock 400 MHz. But Ubuntu 12.10 detects it as Intel GM45 chipset and Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics adapter which has clock and shader speed 533 MHz. While using Ubuntu 12.10 I start feel severe eye-strain in and hour or half on different displays, but if I use Windows 7 eyes feel comfortable for the whole day. Can this be connected with incompatible Intel drivers which act as if my GMA 4500M ran 533 MHz, though it only runs 450MHz ?

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