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Old 07-02-2006, 11:16 AM   #16
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Like I said - please don't take over this thread - Please begin a new one, and I will help you there.
Old 07-04-2006, 02:32 PM   #17
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guys i finished with linux installation yahoo!!! but i have another problem
how can we install the VGA driver on linux bcoz the colousrs on the screen r good but look like windows 98 and the screen is zoomed in 2 much like i cant see the full window of a folder or something and see all of it bcoz its 2 big like zoomed in. is this a problem with myy vga card sis 315 and if it is how do i fix and if its not how do i fix it?

if u still dont know wht i meen its like when u press control+space on an ibm labtop and it zooms into the screen like the word SCREEN i can see it so big and the mouse cursor is huge and the icons r huge im usin red-hat enterprise so plz help


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