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Please review the <ulink type="help" url="help:/kubuntu/printing/">Printing Documentation</ulink> for scanners and scanning.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:579(para)
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:588(title)
Sound cards these days typically come from the more popular chipsets and a majority of the time works out-of-the-box in Kubuntu. If you are having sound issues it is recommended that you refer to the Ubuntu community documentation on this subject at <ulink url=""/>.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:590(para)
Video Cards
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:601(title)
<acronym>ATI</acronym>, Nvidia, Intel, Matrox, or even those of you using Voodoo graphics cards are going to have either some issues or no issues at all. A majority of these cards may not offer rendering support without the use of what is known as a binary or restricted driver. <acronym>ATI</acronym> and Nvidia both require binary drivers for accelerated rendering support. Integrated Intel cards, when paired with a wide screen display normally need an extra utility in order to achieve proper resolutions and refresh rates. These options will be explained further in the following subsections.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:603(para)
Further information for video cards can be located on the Ubuntu community documentation site at <ulink url=""/>.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:614(para)
ATI Radeon Video Cards
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:620(title)
Included with your new Kubuntu system is the <application>Hardware Drivers</application> application which allows you to easily install the <productname>ATI Radeon</productname> binary or restricted drivers.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:622(para)
The <application>Hardware Drivers</application> can be opened by going to <menuchoice><guimenu>Application Launcher</guimenu><guisubmenu>System</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>Hardware Drivers</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. Once there, if your system has proprietary devices, you will see a list of those devices as well as the available drivers. Highlight the driver you want to use and press the <guibutton>Enable</guibutton> button. Follow any further instructions such as entering your user password or rebooting your system.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:664(para) hardware/C/hardware.xml:678(para)
NVIDIA GeForce Video Cards
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:633(title)
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