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I've just edited boot.ini file to enable 720p50 and 720p60 modes and they worked well on 3.14.79-82 Kernel with Mate desktop.Do you use a DVI monitor?Anyway, there is no way to change the screen resolution on the fly. options in Ubuntu (preference->hardware->displays) | behaviour1080p60/1080p50 | 1080p60/1080p50 | OK1080i60/1080i50 | 1080i60/1080i50 | There is readable info in console at Linux boot time, but only gray screen appear after X11 start. I see.We will try to find a TV which can accept the interlaced input to test 1080i modes by early next week. I didn't touch xorg.conf file.But I have no idea why your desktop gui forced to use 1080p virtual resolution on the 720p physical resolution.Did you tweak the xorg.conf file?I also tested 1080i modes.


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2016-05-06-ubuntu-mate-16.04_Xenial_mpv_1080p-bpi-m2p_preview-sd-emmc.img.zip [image] BPI-M2P kernel 3.4 username & password: pi/bananapi , root/bananapi support HDMI 1080P & 720P(default) support GMAC support WIFI support bpi-bootsel cmd can switch to (bpi-m3 & bpi-m2 & bpi-m2p) support uEnv.txt to fatload script.bin & uImage support uEnv.txt to set video 1080P & 720P & 480P ... support BT support ov5640 camera fix rootmydevice issue issue: gpu not ready Google Drive: https://drive.goo...


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I bought this nice, new/used monitor so I wouldn't constantly be haunting the entertainment center with my hobbies. I'm running 16.04, and for some reason the full resolution of the display is not being detected. The display defaults to 1824x984 instead of 1920x1080 and no other options are displayed in the Monitor Preferences. There appear to be solutions to similar questions around the 'net, but some are a little unclear, and almost all deal with the Pi 2 on 15.10. I apprecieate any help...


I've been trying since some time in February, but I haven't been able to get my 980 ti to recognize my monitor's native 1080p resolution. I can't remember when this started. I first tried fixing it...


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THIS IS MY FIRST TIME USING LINUX SINCE ~2009 Apologies if this has been asked before, but I am running Ubuntu 14.10 as a virtual machine on my Windows 8.1 Pro x64 rig, and I have an issue (this is a fresh install) The resolution 1920x1080 was not available by default, so after some searching I found and executed the following commands: [image] That did the trick, but upon booting the virtual OS the next day, I got a message about something to do with the resolution no longer being avail...


I am running Ubuntu and Linux Mint in VMWare. In the display settings, none of the 16:9 aspect ratio resolutions are available, including the commonly used 1920x1080 resolution. How can I enable this?


Whenever I try to play 1080P videos (e.g. those taken from my SGS3) they barely even play (extreme juddering!) at all in VLC or any other player...


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These the specs of my laptop: 4GB DDR2 Core Duo P8700 Radeon HD 4570 512MB (using Ubuntu Karmic 64-bit) Tried playing 1080p h.264 video with VLC, GNOME MPlayer and totem, and it's choppy. I searched here and found some guides but they all seem to be assuming an nvidia card is used.


Hello everyone, i've done a lot of search and tried almost everything to get 1920x1080 resolution on my TV T24B350 with no success.. using xrandr to adding mode, modifying xorg.conf and the maximum success i had was to set 1920x1080 but with a display message "resolution not supported" on black screen (on windows it is supported).. anyone has time to help me step by step? thanks a lot :KS


Hi there. Apologies if this is a stupid question, but I'm stumped. I'm trying to run Windows 10 on a Virtualbox VM. I've got it up and running, but I can't get it to display at 1080p. I've tried: Switching to fullscreen mode - the VB window goes fullscreen but the Windows display remains the same size Switching to scaled mode and enlarging the Virtualbox window Running with the display in "hinted" mode and giving it 1080p parameters, which I now read doesn't work with Windows VMs


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Hello to everybody. My problem is the following one: I cannot get 1920x1080 resolution on Ubuntu 13.04 . I have tried 12.04 and 12.10 as well and I am trying right now to set a custom resolution with xrandr command but that fails for a reason. I have tried all the possible solutions from this forum for a week now but I cannot manage to get to the right solution so any help would be highly appreciated. My graphics card is ATI Radeon 7850 . My monitor is a Samsung SyncMaster S22B150


I am trying to connect my laptop (Samsung Series 5 Ultrabook) to my TV (Toshiba WLT66/67 Series) and get it to output to the TV at 1080i (so basically 1920x1080) through HDMI The issue I have is t...


I am trying to get my display working at 1080p instead of 1080i, I have no problem with this on my xbox or in windows 7 and I can sort of put together a solution that is already on this website. I am


i installed ubuntu 14.04 on my old htpc and for some reason i cannot output 1080p video. i already tried going to the display settings, though my highest available resolution was 1024 on 768. In ad...