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i changed my resolution to 1600x1200.i think my monitor is not supporting this resolution setting. then onwords, when i start system it is displying up to "red hat version is ...
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    how can i get back to my original resolution


    i changed my resolution to 1600x1200.i think my monitor is not supporting this resolution setting. then onwords, when i start system it is displying up to "red hat version is staarting" and then a black screen is displaying. nothing can be visible. i dont know what is going on.

    i m new to linux. i m using fedora6. pls help me how can i fix this problem without reinstalltion.

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    in GRUB screen, select Fedora title and press 'e'. select 'kernel' line, press 'e' again and add <space> 3 at the end of line. press 'Enter' key and press 'b' to boot up. this will drop you on command line login prompt. log in as root and execute this
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     system-config-display
    configure display and resolutions again.
    reboot.
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    thanks Mr.devils_casper thankyou very much. this solution solved my problem.

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