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I recently installed Red Hat 7.2, however my X will only show up in 800x600 res, and if I try to set it to 1024x768 my monitor zaps out.. I'm able to get a 1024x768 res under Win98 using a Default monitor setting.. To add to this hassle under Linux is that my moitor is an older Likom monitor so it's not selectable during setup.. Does anyone have any suggestions? I know I'm reaching with this one..
Right on. Thanks. Here's one more questions regarding this thread, does anyone know the easiest way to check the specs for my vert/horz refresh rates. The monitor is older so no drivers, is there a benchmark program that might be able to puit my monitor through the ringer.. ?