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well...slackware set the resolution good (dunno what it was...) after i installed my nvidia drivers...but i just HAD to mess with the xorg.conf file....to try to get my mouse to use its middle wheel (which i failed at by the way) and now im stuck at this terrible either 640x480 or 800x600(dunno either...i dunno how to check res)...its low, and hard to work with....i tried killing x and running xorgconfig, but whenever i run through that, x wont start up again, so i use xorgsetup and i get back where i started ctrl, alt, + just lowers the resolution, then if u hit it again, it goes back....ehehe, i even tried reinstalling slack hoping it would make the res better after i installed nvidia drivers, but no such luck.....i will get my linux up and working if its the last thing i do!!! lol -_-