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Old 06-01-2008, 12:53 AM   #1
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Question FC9, issue with ATI Radeon 7000 (9250 chip)

At least I think I have an issue with the card.
I had FC8 installed, downloaded FC(, used the upgrade option and when I re-booted I was in command line mode, ie no GUI.
Played around for a while, then decided to wipe out FC8 and install a clean FC9.
Exactly the same result. Says 'no server found'.
I have used 'startx' with a 'init 5', no good.
Same whether I use Gnome or KDE.

Can someone please help ????

thanks in advance Des Cavin (Canada)



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