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I've just installed fedora and it wont let me change my screen resolution from 800x600, I'm a total nood so pleases bare with me. How can i fix this problem?...
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    I've just installed fedora and it wont let me change my screen resilution from 800x60


    I've just installed fedora and it wont let me change my screen resolution from 800x600, I'm a total nood so pleases bare with me. How can i fix this problem?

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    Try running the command
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    system-config-display --reconfig
    This should help you reconfigure your card with the correct settings and resolution.

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    It would of course also help if you at the very least mention what graphics card you're using.

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    ok

    I'm at school at the moment, i will try the command line when i go home and tell you how it works out. My graphic card is a NVIDA FX 5200. might need to download drivers, if this doesn't work

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    There are prebuilt nvidia drivers for your card available at livna. Detailed instructions are instructions are available here.

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