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I just installed Mandrake 10.0 Official. During the install I accidentally selected the wrong videocard. Now my screen looks distorted. How do I change it? I tried Haddrake, but I ...
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    How do I change a videocard settings?


    I just installed Mandrake 10.0 Official. During the install I accidentally selected the wrong videocard. Now my screen looks distorted. How do I change it?
    I tried Haddrake, but I couldn't. Am I doing something wrong?
    Please help.

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    using KDE???

    Dear

    If you are using KDE....

    Then the path is Kmenu->System settings->display.

    here you can change them..

    If you are using gnome..try to find out the relavant thing..


    bye

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    Re: How do I change a videocard settings?

    Quote Originally Posted by khvatov
    ...Now my screen looks distorted. How do I change it?
    I tried Haddrake, but I couldn't. Please help.
    can you actually see what you are doing in the gui? or is it too messed up to function in X?

    if you need a text based way to change your video card settings... log in in text mode then type in
    Code:
    $su
    <root password>
    #mcc
    from mcc (mandrake control center) you can change your video card settings.

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