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Old 03-30-2001, 09:48 AM   #1
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I'm trying to instlall red hat linux 6.2 and when I have to provide the instalation
process with a monitor, mines not on the list, so I go and select a generic multisync
monitor and type in the specification for my monitor and continue. After that my
graphic card does appear on the list so I choose it.

Heres the problem, when I try to test he configuration I get a black screen and a message from the monitor that says "Sync. out of range"

I've looked for the specifications averywhere and I have them right, What else
could I do??
 
  


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