Thanks for the reply
I've got a geforce 8200 card but a gforce 6200 driver installed. I downloaded the driver form link you supplied but can't figure out how to install it. I believe the 6200 driver does support 1680x1050 anyway.
I used the other link but got nowhere with it.
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- Mon Jun 10, 2013 7:03 pm
- Forum: Newbie Questions
- Topic: 1680x1050 Nvidia X server
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My monitor supports 1680x1050. It was working at that res with windows 7. I've tried every how to I could find but I can't get 1680x1050 working. I've got Nvidia X Server Settings in my preferences.
type: mount from a terminal and look for the usb device that is mounted. Could say "/media/<label name>" I got "/media/usb1" so I ran: sudo mount -t ext2 /dev/sdb2 /media/usb1 And got: mount: /dev/sdb2 already mounted or /media/usb1 busy When I try to eject the disk with right click, I get an error...
Remove the "FILESYSTEMTYPE" from your command, and remember to use the partition number. eg. "sudo mount -t ext2 /dev/sdb1 /media/device1" Did that and got this: "user1@ThinkCentre-M52 ~ $ sudo mount -t auto /dev/sdb2 /media/device1 mount: /dev/sdb2 already mounted or /media/device1 busy mount: acc...
Hi I followed your instructionsand got this: "mount: you must specify the filesystem type" I think the disk is ext2 but could be 3. So I tried "sudo mount /dev/sdb /media/device1 -t FILESYSTEMTYPE ext2" And loads of gobbledygook came up but disk still wouldn't let me write to it. So I tried to unmou...
I have an ext3 (or 4, I can't remember) usb HDD that I want to connect to my PC and copy files on to, but I need a mount point. I have googled mount points but can't find a simple step by step guide for newbies. Could anyone steer me in the right direction please?