Originally Posted by reddazz
Look at this page
. Go to the section labelled "What is a runlevel" and follow the instructions for the "While You Are Booting the Computer" section. As for dpkg-reconfigure, that is a Debian command and won't work on Red Hat based distros. To reconfigure the card on Fedora, Red Hat, CentOS etc, you use system-config-display. Anyway to change the driver, you can just change /etc/X11/xorg.conf and change your existing driver to "fbdev".
Thank you, your information was very very accurate...But here is what happened:
-When i went on text mode i didn't even had to log in as root...
-A list of actions and tools immediately pop up.
-i selected the "X Configuration"
-It took me to a GUI screen where i easily change the video card configuration and monitor resolution...
and now is working...
i thought it may be helpful for you to know what i did since every case is slight different.
Thank You again.