You could try running “sudo aticonfig –initial” to create an xorg. I’m not sure about how true this is and if the update has mistaken my hardware somehow. Didn’t download driver from AMD site, but followed tutorial adding driver with ‘one click’ https: The time now is Message 2 of 3. So it is there. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
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Forgot my lenovo login password, how to rest? Originally Posted by wolfi Tried aticonfig, it “switched to AMD”. The time now is All times are GMT adm I’ve played some videos and there wasn’t any difference compared to the previous driver version.
It is only a naming convention change out, or re-badging of the graphics adapter. Or should I reinstall my last version of M?
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G – CMOS battery location. Regarding general performance, it seems just fine. So it is there.
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Can someone tell me if it’s alright to stick with this update? Then I restarted, deleted xorg. I’ve tried solve the problem with following way, but didn’t success: Thanks a lot for the clarification!
But Xorg doesn’t seem to see it I don’t have any games at the moment, so I can’t really “test” the update. Message 1 of 3.
Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: But what about the log file? Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting amx matches as you type. Didn’t download driver from AMD site, but followed tutorial adding driver with ‘one click’ https: Results 1 to 10 of I just know that normally Xorg should load the fglrx driver, which then does the switching between intel and AMD as desired.
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See our Sustainability Report. Could anybody help me with this mobility radeon, or link step by step tutorial?? You could try running “sudo aticonfig –initial” to create an xorg.
Downloads Support Community Development. But that might also just prevent Xorg the graphical interface from starting Are you sure it’s not disabled in the BIOS settings or similar?