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Old 12-08-2002, 10:31 AM   #1
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RedHat 7.3 installation problem : monitor not probed

I am a new member. I guess this is the forum to post my message regarding the basic installation problem I am having . I have a M810 series systemboard with an AMD Athlon XP processor. Windows XP is installed on the NTFS partition and the Linux partition had RedHat 7.2 previously. I decided to do a complete workstation install (not an upgrade) with an automatic partitioning of the Linux part which would erase all Linux
files. Now the first two CD's installed smoothly, but the third CD, after installing the remaining packages went into post install configuration and the screen froze . At the very beginning of the installation it had said that the monitor could not be probed ( I have a ViewSonic A95f ), otherwise everything else was fine. This is strange because the 7.2 install went like a breeze.
Any help will be highly appreciated.


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