Ubuntu :: Monitor Displays Out Of Frequency?

Jul 31, 2010

After some updates system doesnt login.In the monitor displays out of frequency.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Both Monitor Displays Coming Through On Single Monitor?

Jan 21, 2011

I have just installed Os 11.3, it is my first time to try Linux. Install went fine have Dual Boot Win7 and openSuse 11.3 KDE I have a 26" TFT TV as Monitor 1 DVI and Dell 16" as Monitor 2 VGA all working fine . Autoconfig started and TV display vanished, install finished and went into display settings to check problem and for some reason it is saying both displays are on my 16" Dell. I will Add Screen Shot to show problem. wanted to switch to Linux for years but never had the guts, i was hoping to learn Linux with this distro and when have a grip on it drop windows and use Linux as Primary.

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor / Fix It?

Jun 28, 2010

I am new to ubuntu. I have just one question, everytime I reboot my laptop the CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor goes back to "On Demand." Why is that and can I also set it so it stays on Performance.

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Monitor (applet From AWN)?

Oct 11, 2010

A week ago, after some daily update, my cpu frequency monitor stopped working, i'm stuck with 800 mhz now Yesterday i upgraded to 10.10 version, but this applet still doesn't work. or maybe there are alternative programs that change cpu frequency as well? I was looking in software center, but found only monitors so far.

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Ubuntu :: Monitor Frequency Out Of Range - 10.04

Oct 16, 2010

I've recently reinstalled a computer with 10.04 for my parents to use, and it worked fine at mine, but after transporting it to theirs and hooking it up to their existing monitor it doesn't seem to work anymore!Well, it boots and I hear it login but I don't get a splash screen and at some point between the bios and the login sound it comes up with Frequency out of Range. On the warning message it displays a frequency of "72.9 kHz / 90.2 Hz" but in the monitor settings its reporting that its operating at horizontal 64,0 kHz and vertical 60.0 Hz. I also don't get any splash screen when starting up, just a flashing _ before the monitor stops things

What I can do however is drop into a the tty console (alt+ctrl+1) and login to the shell but don't really know what things to change from there.Having googled things a bit I've found references to xorg.conf but there's no such thing on my system so I can't edit that to fix this. Likewise I also have found references to fiddling with grub to get into the recovery, but grub doesn't even appear when I boot and I don't know what to press to get it to drop into its menu...

This is really urgent as I need to go home tomorrow at the latest and I want to get my parents system working before then. I also have no spare monitors here and I didn't think to bring with me a liveCD to fiddle with things (only a UNR netbook which I'm posting this from), so the console is the only access I have to the machine.Some specs: Ubuntu 10.04. ATi Radeon 9100 IGP, no proprietary drivers are installed. The monitor is an old CRT that still works beautifully and whose replacement is not an option.

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Monitor In Netbook Edition 10,04

May 31, 2010

I am running Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.04 on my netbook.

I noticed this version has the ability to switch between desktop environments such as Gnome Desktop and the Netbook Edition UI. When I am in Gnome, I really love using CPU Frequency Monitor available for the Gnome top panel.

My question is: Can I use the CPU Frequency Monitor in the Netbook Edition? If so, How?

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor & Hyperthreading?

Sep 2, 2010

I recently installed 10.04 and really like it so far, however I was wondering if it is possible to scale all hypertheading cores at once, currently I am using an applet for each and have to use several clicks to get into the desired powerstate.

I have read that with dual cores you will not have the option to go into different powerstates because it scales all cores at once, however the logical cores that show up with hyperthreading allow each to have a different power state, and will show up as different states if I use cpufreq-info in the terminal, so it seems like it is allowing it.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Updated To 10.04 And Now Monitor Frequency Is Out Of Range

May 1, 2010

I just updated my Wubi install of 9.10 to 10.04 last night. Everything went well until it required me to reboot the computer. I rebooted, loaded Ubuntu from the startup list, and then the screen went blank and I got "H.V. frequency over range" on the monitor.

I can load the GRUB options, but recovery mode using the most recent kernel does not work. I am entirely unexperienced with using the terminal and command prompt options.

Here's what I have attempted so far:

$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg this did not do anything, the command was not recognized

$sudo nano xorg.config I don't even know what to do when I get to this screen

and I am about to try $ sudo displayconfig-gtk

I have an ATI Radeon 9100 IGP card

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor Doesn't Work?

Jun 1, 2011

I have recently installed Ubuntu 11.04 on my PC with these configuration:CPU: AMD Athlon 7750 Black EditionRAM: 2GB 1066 MHzVGA: ATI Radeon HD 3200 (on AMD 780G)After I installed Natty Narwhal I felt that my CPU runs at the highest clock all the time (2.7GHz), even if I don't have any program run. I tried all settings for AMD Cool'n'Quiet from mainboard BIOS, but nothing's changed. I installed "CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor" to manually change CPU clock. It recognizes two clock for my CPU, 2.7GHz and 1.35Ghz plus 4 other options; Conservative, Ondemand, Performance and Powersave but the CPU indicator doesn't change on every option!

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General :: Monitor Attached To Motherboard Is Out Of Frequency?

Jan 10, 2011

I have bought a new motherboard (MSI 785GT-E63). I already have an old CRT monitor connected to it. After I install a linux OS to it, my monitor will display that it is:

Out of frequency.
Current frequency is 89Hz. The
operating output of my monitor is
(around) 60-70Hz.

I would like to get this thing work. How can I let my CRT display properly?I was thinking of lowering down video frequency output of my motherboard, but I can't find any settings on my BIOS setup. Additional info:

My monitor is attached directly to
the built-in video adaptor of my
motherboard. (No additional video


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Ubuntu :: 10.10 - Second Monitor Displays Purple Screen

Dec 4, 2010

I have 2 monitors my main one working fine, my second one plugged in a usb to VGA adapter displays a purple screen with ubuntu on it and 5 dots but does not go any further than that. In display settings it can not find my second monitor either. Any way to get Ventrilo client on ubuntu. I am using Ubuntu 10.10.

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor Won't Stay At 800mhz After Reboot Or A Certain Period Of Time

Oct 26, 2010

The CPU frequency scaling monitor won't stay at 800mhz after reboot or a certain period of time. My goal is to always have my dual core CPU locked at 800mhz to have it run cooler. I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 on my toshiba u300 laptop.

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Debian :: Monitor Info In System Settings -> Displays

Jan 18, 2016

I am running Wheezy 7.9 and recently created a file, in xorg.conf.d, to set the monitor configuration because the EDID is not always read from the monitor. Everything works great but when the EDID is not read the monitor name, as shown in System Settings>Displays, shows as Unknown. I have the vendor info and modelname in the config file but they do not show in the Display GUI. Is there some variable that I can set in order to get a good monitor name displayed?

Probably should include some more information. I am using the Gnome Classic desktop and gdm manager. Here is the monitor conf file that I put in /etc/X11/xorg,conf.d

Code: Select allSection "Monitor"
  Identifier "Monitor0"
  VendorName "VSC"
  ModelName "VA912b"
  DisplaySize 376 301
  HorizSync 30.0 - 82.0
  VertRefresh 50.0 - 85.0
[Code] ....

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Monitor Displays Garbage When Started X Windows?

Apr 20, 2011

Booted up my machine today and when I started x windows, the first dialog box came up fine and then the gui components turn into garbage characters and I then I lose control of the gui and have to reboot.I'm running Centos 5.5.I'm wondering how to diagnose this. Is this a hardware problem of a configurationproblem? Is there a way I can set the video settings back to default values?

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Debian Multimedia :: Always Get A "Monitor Frequency Out Of Range" Error Whenever Boot?

Mar 6, 2010

I certainly do not consider myself a Debian power-user, but I do presently have 3 Lenny systems and 1 Squeeze system running fine in my home on "older" hardware. However, for the past week I have been trying to get yet another system running, and I have hit the wall. This is on a new home-built system with an AMD Athlon II X4 and an ASUS M4A785-M motherboard. The Lenny installation was done with a net install of the AMD64 variety.

I always get a "Monitor frequency out of range" error whenever I boot. I can do a CTRL ALT F1 to get to command line, but I have no success getting to GUI. I have read numerous posts of similar monitor frequency problems with various distros, and most point toward HorizSync, VertRefresh, etc settings in xorg.conf. I have played with a myriad of options there, but I still get the "frequency out of range" error after a reboot. I have swapped monitors to no avail (monitors that work on my other Debian 32-bit systems). I really don't think the problem can be the xorg.conf file, since I have tried the exact same file as on the other machines. (Also, those systems seem to be more than happy without custom HorizSync and VertRefresh options in their xorg.conf files.)

On this new computer, I am using the motherboard's integrated video output (theoretically a ATI Radeon HD5200).I don't know if special options are needed in xorg.conf for this???I am able to successfully boot to GUI with multiple differentCD Linux distros; however, no such luck with the Debian installation. I would prefer to stay with Debian if possible, but I cannot live by command line alone on this system.Please let me know if there is something else that I should try before punting and moving to another 64-bit distro.

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Ubuntu :: Set My Screen Frequency To 60?

Jan 6, 2010

Can anyone point me in the direction of how to set the screen to 60 as I find I get sore eyes. Sorry I don't know the tech jargon.

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Ubuntu :: Enabling CPU Frequency For 9.10?

Feb 20, 2010

I have a n2pap-lite motherboard with a AMD Sempron 2800+. My host clock is at 133mhz when it needs to at least be at 166mhz to be a AMD Sempron 2800+... I installed the system on 100mhz clock not thinking that it mattered.

I tried the following

sudo apt-get install rcconf
sudo rcconf
*Disabled "ondemand"

It says on guides that it will ask me to reboot but it doesn't, so I manually did it and put the CPU Frequency Monitor on my taskbar. It does not have the options like it shows in the screenshots to set my CPU frequency..

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency For All CPUs?

Jan 8, 2011

I'm looking for a CPU frequency applet which monitors the frequency of ALL CPUs at once.

Does it exist such applet?

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Is Unknown?

Feb 7, 2011

I wanted to be able to see the frequency my cpu is running at


Originally Posted by xfce4-cpufreq-plugin

CPUFreq support is not present. The CPUFreq Monitor will not function this session.

~$ cpufreq-info
cpufrequtils 006: cpufreq-info (C) Dominik Brodowski 2004-2009
Report errors and bugs to cpufreq@vger.kernel.org, please.
analyzing CPU 0:


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Ubuntu :: CPU Max Frequency Wrong?

Apr 30, 2011

I'm running ubuntu 11.04 with a Pentium T2060 1.6ghz. Ubuntu only lets it go up to 1.2ghz. And no its not a cpu power saving feature. In Windows it gets to 1.6ghz fine

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Scaling Not Working

Jan 17, 2010

I have the CPU frequency scaling applet in the panel and it worked fine when I had 8.10 but now that I'm using Karmic, I cant get it to work correctly!

It won't change the speed to what I tell it to. I click on a different speed and it does nothing.

The CPU spins too slowly and videos lag or it spins at full speed and overheats even though I have nothing open! I really need to be able to adjust it.

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Ubuntu :: AWN CPU Frequency Monitors Won't Scale

Apr 18, 2010

how to fix the CPU Frequency Monitor 0.4.0~rc2 for AWN 0.4.0~rc2-rewrite-bzr674-karmic1-1 so that you can actually scale CPU frequencies?

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Ubuntu :: Change The Frequency Of Auth.log?

Jun 25, 2010

I have edited /etc/logrotate.conf to include

/var/log/auth.log {
rotate 6

To try and prevent auth.log rotating daily and change it to monthly but it doesnt seem to work.

Either im doing it wrong or i need to restart some service?

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Ubuntu :: 10.4 - Overall Bad Sound Quality (Low Frequency)

Jun 28, 2010

I'm a bit new in Ubuntu, but I am about to get a hang in it. I have previous use karmic koala and the version before that (cant remember the name for that) on my old computer and now I am using ubuntu 10.4 on my new computer. Ever since I installed Ubuntu for the first time, I noticed that the sound quality wasn't... the best. There isn't so much wrong with it, but like that this example. I played a FLAC file with some headphones (thru Ubuntu) and the sound quality sucked.. and then I played a mp3 file (with an ipod) and the sound quality was much much much better than the FLAC file.

I tired to play an HD movie over ....., where on Windows XP it sounds perfect, but with Ubuntu it kinda sux. The MP3 (Ipod / windows XP) is still better, than anything that is being played in Ubuntu. This is with almost every sound format I have tried. No matter if I play it with Rythmbox or vlc or some other player, the sound is wrong. I cant describe how it sounds.. but it is like it is going with a low frequency... or it is compress some how... Ever since I tried Ubuntu for the first time Ive noticed that something was wrong, but couldn't never really put my finger on it. I have dual-booted with windows XP and the sound in XP is really, really good compared to Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu :: Changing CPU Voltage & Frequency

Sep 26, 2010

I am doing a project on how power consumption of a CPU can be improved by underclocking the lower P-states and overclocking the highest p-state.In this way you can increase both the performance of the chip and it's average power usage (assuming you don't run the chip at 100% 24/7).

To do this project I need to be able to change the voltage and frequency of the chip for all of the different p-states of the chip. On Windows I can use k10stat, RMClock or AMD Overdrive.

What can I use in Linux? I found k10ctl, but it always complained about not being able to find /dev/cpu/0, so I looked in /dev and noticed that their isn't even a cpu directory in there!

I have a moderate amount of experience so I don't mind changing kernels or doing other hard tasks to get this to work.

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Ubuntu :: Cpu Frequency Governor Stuck

Feb 4, 2011

I'm using the latest kernel and after I boot up my computer the cpu governor changes from the fastest setting (2ghz) to the slowest setting (800mhz), and gets stuck there. Theres no obvious way to change the setting, the gnome applet to change the cpu frequency doesn't work - I've also tried to change the setting manually through the /sys/ directory but to no avail.

There was a suggestion to fallback on an older kernel, but my older kernels suffer from the same bug.Does anybody have any ideas? I can provide more information on request.

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Ubuntu :: CPU Frequency Drops Down And Stays Down?

May 18, 2011

I'm not sure if this is an issue with Ubuntu or with the BIOS. Basically when I start up my computer, the ondemand governor seems to work just fine (ranging from 800 MHz to 2200 MHz). However after some indeterminate amount of time, it will get stuck at 800 MHz and I'm not able to figure out how to get it to scale properly again.

When I restart my computer, it acts normal again for some time before locking in at the lowest frequency.

It seems like it may be related to this post: [URL]. The last post in that thread mentioned that it could be related to the temperature, that may be the case in my situation. Even if the temperature is low after it locks to the lowest frequency, it won't increase the speed as needed

My question is, is there any way to override this and let the CPU continue to run at higher frequencies once it locks down to the lowest frequency? My computer doesn't feel like it's getting that hot (it's a laptop), and I'd like to not have to be able to restart it every time this happens.

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Ubuntu Installation :: 10.04 Live Cd Frequency Out Of Range

May 9, 2010

I havent used ubuntu since intrepid, but came back from arch linux excited to try lucid

After I've burned the live cd, I can get to the menu (try ubuntu, install etc), but whenever I try to start ubuntu the frequency goes out of range.

I have tried adding vga=771 to the end of the boot line, this had no effect.

EDIT: Am downloading the alternate now.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: PulseAudio: Specify LFE Crossover Frequency?

Jun 19, 2010

So, the only way to have bass is to use PulseAudio and edit daemon.conf to enable-lfe-remixing? Well, damn, but alright. how do I fine-tune low frequency reproduction (since my satellites can't handle anything below 150Hz)?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Looking For Feedback Frequency Trainer?

Aug 17, 2010

I am a sound engineer trainee and I'm desperately looking for a Linux version of the Simple Feedback Trainer [URL]. It's a rather easy but very good program that provide info to sound engineers train the detection of feedback frequencies. Do you know if such a thing already exists? I haven't been able to find it in the Ubuntu Software Center.

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