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Old 02-15-2004, 05:14 AM   #1
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rh9 instalation problem with anaconda


I am installing rh9. I have created the ext2 partition in partitionmagic 8 and try to install rh9 onto it but when I choose graphic mode and the anaconda it about to start the scnreen goes blank and turns off - no signal.

My comp is: athlon 2.5 on asus a7z8x dx, 1gbram,2xmaxtor 80gb with no raid and no sata, nvidia fx 5200 and samsung syncmaster 957mb

could you halp me how to solve the problem and install rh9

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Old 02-15-2004, 05:19 AM   #2
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The program is not finding your monitor or possibly graphics card. Try installing using the non-graphical option and you will be able to designate the type of monitor you have manually. I that does not work there are many other options/possibilities, but try this first.

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