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Sammora 01-12-2009 07:14 PM

Fedora 10: nVidia Display Settings -How to adjust it
i have fedora 10 & windows vista on my machine

i have installed nVidia driver on fedora 10 ; before installtion screen resolution: 800x6oo and after installation changed to: 640x480
i see the Nvidia logo in my screen:

applications>system tool> nvidia display settings

i tried to adjust my screen resolution but really i faild

please help me to customize my screen resolution using nvidia display settings to be 1024x768 (60hz) as it is in windows vista


go_tux_go 01-12-2009 09:36 PM

similar problem with resolution.
i have a similar kind of a problem. I have an ASUS motherboard with onboard nvidia chip geforce 6150. I tried installing FC 10 - installation is fine , but after the installation , my 19" samsung LCD monitor , fails to display the proper resolution. recommended resolution is 1320 X something, but the displayed resolution is much less than that.
I tried using system-config-display , selected generic lcd type , and set the recommended resolution - restarted X , it however still fails.
I believe I need to locate and download the proper drivers for 6150 , and i am in the process of doing that.. any suggestions on this will be most helpful.


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