Check the version of Ubuntu you have installed: However, video capture is not supported. Screen flickering with Adobe Flash: GeForce Go GS. Radeon HD M Crossfire.

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Either radeon or radeonhd should work with your hardware. It can be fglrx but how do I avoid the login bug in that? Found a bad link?

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I installed ubuntu 9. For information on the proprietary driver, see ATIProprietary. In your case you have it already.

On this link you can check the ATI cards supported and their associated drivers: The following benchmarks stem from our benchmarks of review laptops. There is no proprietary standalone driver for this video adapter in linux.

But you can upgrade kernel with a newer radeon driver. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Cinebench R10 – Shading 32Bit. But, the screen just does not show off i.


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GeForceBoost is not supported with this card, as there would be no performance lunux.

C1100 fglrx will provide more features at a cost of using close source which should not hurt the kernel. HDMI audio should work automatically. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: