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Old 01-12-09, 04:40 PM   #1
ItecKid
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Default Latest Driver + Fedora Core 10 +720p HDTV = Nightmare!

Hello, all,

I have recently installed Fedora Core 10 on my system and installed the latest driver for my GeForce 8600 GTS off of Nvidia's website.

Unfortunately, the driver seems to not work; my system is hooked up to a 720p HDTV, yet the highest resolution available to me is 1280*720. (Should be 1360*768). Prior to installation of the driver, I was able to select the proper resolution; yet the card was overscanning.

How to correct these issues? I thank you for any help that you can provide.
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