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I've tried the other Q/A posted with no luck including purging and updating drivers.
I am using a AMD/ATI RV730XT [Radeon HD 4670] Graphics card. An interesting thing is when my computer boots up, the Bios and Grub display using both monitors.
We find it in Ubuntu Server 14.04.2 and when testing future versions, and we expect it to come into the Ubuntu file with the version 15.04. This may prove very useful, for example, if your computer does not support ACPI or if you think the ACPI implementation might cause some problems (for instance random reboots or system lockups).
Activates the ACPI system even if your computer BIOS date is older than 2000.
2.) Open display application, if you are like me you will see 2 boxes.
One that says "Dell 23" and another that says "Unknown display". Now a third box will magically appear and you will be left with 3 boxes total that say "Dell 23", "Dell 23", and "Unknown display".
The user may add additional inputs before or after the "-- ". The "-- " entry defines the boundary between options which are specific to the installer and ones that are copied to the target system.
Often you would like to copy the boot option to the target system, so add the option at the very end of the line, after the "-- ".
The Ubuntu LTS enablement (also called HWE or Hardware Enablement) stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing Ubuntu LTS releases.
This parameter overrides acpi=off and can also be used with current hardware if the ACPI support is not activated despite apm=off. Option two modifies the list of supported OS interface strings (changes the OS compatibility reported to the BIOS).
Necessary on some broken BIOSes to make temperature/fan control work.
However, if one wants to remain on the original GA (General Availability) stacks, the options are: The 16.04.2 and newer point releases will ship with an updated kernel and X stack by default for the desktop.
Server installations will default to the GA kernel and provide the enablement kernel as optional.
Download and run directly onto the system you want to update For Linux® systems, Apple Boot Camp systems or other AMD graphics products such as AMD Fire Pro™ and Embedded graphics, please select your driver using the selection menus below.