Get hold of an Ubuntu/Kubuntu LiveCD, and boot from it. If everything works, your hardware is fine!

In any case, in Ubuntu you can use System>Administration> Hardware Drivers/ Hardware Testing .

GNOME device manager

This is a GNOME program to manage devices and device drivers. It's inspired by hal-device-manager, from the HAL project, but rewritten in C for efficiency and an outlook to actually make it manage devices rather than just show information.

Topics

For hardware help in Ubuntu, see:

See also


CategoryHardware

Hardware (last edited 2008-06-27 10:15:05 by localhost)