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Install new video card on Ubunutu

I want to add an Ati R7000 video card to my Ubuntu system, but I can not find info on how to do it properly. I already tried just installing it and booting, but it came up as running is low graphics mode and then I ended up with brown and lines across the screen. I uses this as my media system and I play games on in since they have some of the most interesting games free with the system.

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  • rchaney86 Feb 05, 2009

    I don't have the disk so I would have to download the drivers, but I can't find the right ones. Also If I install the card the screen will just hand on the bars and you can not even get to the desktop, even if I leave it on the screen for awhile.

  • rchaney86 Feb 06, 2009

    Its the ATI Radeon 7000. I am currently using the built in graphic cards, but I need DVI for the new monitor. Am I better off doing a reinstall of the OS to set it up or whats the best method?

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You need to install the graphics card, start the system, install the drivers that came with the video card then restart. This should fix all the color and line problems.

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    Francisco A Feb 05, 2009

    What is the model of your video card, Also you can try to plug in your old video, then install the drivers, shutdown the computer, insert and plugin the new card, start the computer and change your resolution.

  • Francisco A
    Francisco A Feb 07, 2009

    What OS do you have?

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