[SOLVED] Frequency out of range?
Today while working I was struck with the thought of changing my screen resolution. So I moved to screen resolution settings. Increased resolution from "1024 x 768" to "1280 x 1024" and pressed "Apply". The monitor went black for a second and then came back. Just as I expected. But I was still not satisfied so I further increased the resolution to '1400 x 1050' and at the same time increased the refresh rate to '75 Hz'. The monitor went black, just as i expected, but then instead of coming back again it showed message,
FREQUENCY OUT OF RANGE
definitely not what i expected:confused:. Now, whenever I login to my GNOME environment the system logs in and screen blacks out. I am not able to work in my GNOME environment any more. Although I am writing this mail from my KDE environment. By the way I am using Fedora 9. Can anyone help me and tell me how can i switch back to a lower frequency and resolution.
Ehsan ul haq