[SOLVED] 'Juddery' application windows after a new linux installation
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'Juddery' application windows after a new linux installation
I'm having a problem with application windows 'stuttering' when dragging them across the screen, they do not move as smoothly as they should after a new O/S installation.
I'm running the latest kernel 2.6.9-89.0.29.ELsmp on RHEL4, Update 8. My monitor is a 22" Iiyama ProLite B2206WS monitor and Radeon HD 4350 graphics card.
I've downloaded and installed the latest linux drivers (fglrx 6.8.0-8.771-1) from the ATI website. I removed the default xorg.conf file and run aticonfig --initial. I also tried both the DVI and D-SUB connections, but the 'juddering' problem still remains.
I've tried setting the V and H sync rates manually using aticonfig, and some other changes in the xorg.conf file but that just causes a kernel panic on reboot!
This is the default xorg.conf file generated by aticonfig: