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I'm kinda new to linux, I've used ubuntu before so I'm trying ElementaryOS and I like it so far. I went to update my drivers after installing using:

sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall

Unfortunately I couldn't highlight and hit enter on "accept" so I closed Terminal. After that the resolution is awful and even If I select the right one it doesn't looks right. When I tryed the previous code again I get:

No drivers found for installation

How can I fix this? I'm using a very old computer with integrated Intel graphics card. My specs say: "Intel Corporation 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03)"

Thanks!

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Updating this. I just kept trying other ways other than installing drivers. I used xrandr to create new resolutions but the screen keeps looking stretched. I did a test sharing my screen in a zoom meeting and in the meeting it looks perfectly fine and proportionate. I guess it is a hardware problem, I adjusted the monitor display to no avail. It is a very old monitor wich may explain the behaviour but I'm sure it didn't looked stretched before the drivers install failed.

Anyway If someone has an idea let me know, but I'll consider getting another monitor.

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