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  1. #11
    Super Moderator devils casper's Avatar
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    it should work instantly and no need to wait. did you set video driver to "vesa"? did you check supported refresh rates and resolutions?Ok - I will

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    google for the rates. Do I set them to exacly what the monitor requires ?
    yes. set correct rates.
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    Yes - Driver = "vesa" I got the same with system-config-display.

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