What screen resolutions are available to switch to? Perhaps the
driver for your video card isn't properly installed or working?
You could try going to Settings > Software & Updates > Additional
Drivers and checking if there's a driver for your video card that's
not currently being used.
On 15 October 2016 at 17:13, Stephen via talk <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 2016-10-14 08:23 AM, Tim Tisdall via talk wrote:
>> On the off chance anyone else is using Ubuntu 16.04 ...
>> This morning I found my computer barely usable because of a kernel
>> update yesterday. My screen resolution was reduced to the minimum,
>> mouse and track pad didn't work, and no wifi. After some searching
>> online, I found that the issue was the update failed to install the
>> "extra" package.
>> You can check if this is your problem by running ` dpkg --list
>> "*4.4.0-43*" ` and seeing if you're missing the "linux-image-extra"
>> package. If so, then you can run "sudo apt-get install
>> linux-image-extra-4.4.0-43-generic" to fix it.
> I have the same problem after the update. :(
> Just screen resolution, though. Mouse fine.
> I do have the package installed :( :(
> I tried upgrading to 16.10. No joy :( :( :( :(
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