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Proprietary drivers
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:25(title)
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Some devices attached to your computer may need proprietary drivers to be installed in order to work properly.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:26(para)
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Why are some drivers proprietary?
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:28(title)
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Proprietary drivers are drivers for your hardware which are not freely available or open-source.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:29(emphasis)
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Most of the devices (hardware) attached to your computer should function properly in Ubuntu. These devices are likely to have <emphasis>free</emphasis> drivers, which means that the drivers can be modified by the Ubuntu developers and problems with them can be fixed.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:30(para)
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Some hardware does not have free drivers, usually because the hardware manufacturer has not released details of their hardware which would make it possible to create such a driver. These devices may have limited functionality or may not work at all.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:31(para)
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If a <emphasis>proprietary driver</emphasis> is available for a certain device, you can install it in order to allow your device to function properly, or to add new features. For example, installing a proprietary driver for certain graphics cards may allow you to use more advanced <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:desktop-effects">visual effects</ulink>.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:32(para)
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Some computers may not have any devices which can use proprietary drivers, either because all of the devices are fully supported by free drivers or because no proprietary drivers are yet available for the device.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:33(para)
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Proprietary drivers are often maintained by the hardware manufacturer, and so cannot be modified by Ubuntu developers if there is a problem.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:35(para)
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Enabling a proprietary driver
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:39(title)
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