Re: Help: video problem using Fedora
From: Allen (blade_at_nospam.oppshell.com)
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2004 04:47:15 GMT
The Real Slim Shady wondered aloud:
> On Wed, 07 Jul 2004 10:04:45 +0000, petrus bitbyter wrote:
>> Running Fedora I have a black colum of about 0.5cm wide on the left of
>> the screen and miss that same colum at the right side of the image.
>> Have an Asus P4S8X mobo with a NVIDIA GeForce4 MX video card and a
>> Philips 180B2 flatpanel monitor.
>> Installed the last version of Fedora that is available. Also installed
>> the last GeForce video driver. Makes no difference.
>> Anyone a tip or an idea to move the image that 0.5cm to the left?
> xvidtune. Or act on display's control panel. Is that hard to read its
>> NB The problem occurs in the grafical mode (Gnome.) During installation
>> I got no problem.
> just because it's in vga mode. You are running a different mode now.
Does your flat panel have an "auto tune" option in it's control panel?
If it does, hit it and let the panel adjust itself...otherwise you'll have
to do it the old fashioned way (manually adjusting it yourself). My flat
panel has an "auto" button on the side next to the "menu" button. When my
display doesn't line up right...I just hit the "auto" button for a quick
fix. By the way, I use a MicroTek 815C 18" flat panel hooked up to an
Nvidia GeForce2 MX 400 64mb AGP card running the new 4 stacks Nvidia
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