SuSE 10.0 display problem on Omnibook 4150B
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 16:35:39 GMT
About one inch of the video display in the Gnome desktop manager is at the
bottom of the display rather than at the top where it belongs. Yast
indicates that the correct video chip has been chosen, and the display in
Yast is OK. The computer is an HP Omnibook 4150B with an ATI Mobility AGP
2x video chip.
Any suggestions as to how I correct this? Prior to SuSE, I was running
RedHat 7.1 with no problems.
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