Garbled screen on my Toshiba Satellite w/Ati X200
I have a problem with my Toshiba Satellite A100-510 laptop with Ati X200 videochip.
- When running the SuSE linux 10.1 live-dvd, the boot screen (which lets me choose between KDE, Gnome or boot from harddisk) works fine, albeit on 1024x768 (instead of 1280x800). But when I select either and the window manager is loaded, I get this screen on my laptop:
It is still working, because I can hear it loading from the DVD. Also, when I press the on/off button on the laptop, it shuts down 'normally', as in: it takes some time and then halts.
- When installing Fedora Core 5, the same screen as above appears in the setup! I have to install using the text mode installer. After installing and manually configuring X to use the VESA driver, it works, but only at 1024x768. Installing the FGLRX driver displays the same screen as above.
- Ubuntu (both 5 and 6) work fine!
I would really like to solve this problem because I like Fedora better than Ubuntu. Also, I have no idea where to look for a solution, because there is no error in the x.org logfile.
Thanks in advance for any help!