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Old 06-02-03, 03:36 AM   #7
biohazardous
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Thumbs down No no no....

HI....

DrOzz, your tip may have worked with you, but I have a easier solution....

I have found that my problem was a too hight vertical and horizontal frequency...
These were good for 800x600, but too hight for 1024 or 1152x864. Installing the NVidia drivers didn't change anything (it's normal...).

My solution is to view the characteristics (frequencies) of your monitor. Then, change them in the XFreeConfig file. I didn't found how to, but like I was in 800x600, I changed it with a monitor config program (with the mandrake 9.1).

sorry for my english I hope I helped you
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