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Old 05-13-2003, 06:26 AM   #1
arun79
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Question Help!!! My monitor is not getting configured Properly in Mandrake 9.1


I just got myself Mandrake 9.1. I am not able to configure my monitor. The configure screen in the install showed "NOT CONFIGURED" in red at the monitor. I then tried to install the monitor considering the capability of my monitor (LG Studioworks 500G), which has a horizontal refresh rate of 30-54 and a Vertical Refresh Rate of 50-120 and a resolution of 1024X768 with 24 Bit Color. But the test image said "Error Occured- Screen Layout not known-Try changing some parameters." or some such thing. I then tried to get a custom monitor set up. But the same error occured. My System is an AMD 1700+ XP with an MSI Motherboard (ProSavage8 4 Graphics, that is detected properly aas Savage4.) But I don't understand the error.
The system says screen setting is "Frame Buffer" and does not start up KDE. It gives me a command line instead. My system gave me no problems with Mandrake 8.2, but does with Mandrake 9.1.

Please help!!!

 
Old 05-13-2003, 06:53 AM   #2
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on the command line, enter xf86config and follow directions
 
Old 05-13-2003, 08:11 AM   #3
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Quote:
Originally posted by iceman47
on the command line, enter xf86config and follow directions
In Mandrake 9.1, there is no such command.
You need to enter XFdrake instead.
 
  


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