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Thanks for the link. It taught me a lot but after folllowing the instructions I still get the same message. Now I know 100% that I put the right sync ranges in but it still says Range out of Sync.
I can't think what to do about it.
And I had been told that Suse was straight forward. At this rate I'll have to try a Mac instead.
Thanks everyone for your help. Peacedog the installation guide helped alot and at least now I now it is set up for the right monitor and video card.
But in the end it was Masand's suggestion that fixed it. I can't believe it was something so simple.
It took me a while but now I am on with Linux.