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Solved Can't make 2560x1440 resolution to work

denco

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Hello,

I have Intel HD 4600 and Philips 275E1S and I just can't set the native resolution for this monitor, since it is not in the list of available resolutions. All I could find online was tutorials on how to add custom resolution via xrandr, which at the end led to an error - xrandr: Configure crtc 0 failed and from there I'm stuck.

Any advice?
Thanks.
 

denco

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I was using HDMI cabel to connect the monitor, which worked on Windows so I assumed, that it would work on Linux. Switching to DisplayPort cable resolved the issue
 

denis_vasconcelos

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I was using HDMI cabel to connect the monitor, which worked on Windows so I assumed, that it would work on Linux. Switching to DisplayPort cable resolved the issue
You bought a cable with HDMI in one side and DisplayPort in other side? Because normally the laptop only have HDMI port right?
 

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