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I have a Westinghouse LCD flat panel monitor (Model: LCM-19v1 SL). Most of the icons and text are a little blurry. In FC3 the only option that I have for ...
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    Monitor resolution (refresh rate)


    I have a Westinghouse LCD flat panel monitor (Model: LCM-19v1 SL). Most of the icons and text are a little blurry.

    In FC3 the only option that I have for screen refresh rate is 70, which the system selects by default and doesn't allow me to change, atleast not graphically. I know the optimal refresh rate for this monitor is 61 (that's the way it works best in SUSE, XP, etc.).

    Would anyone know how I can adjust the refresh rate of monitors?

    Thanks.

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    xorg.conf

    You can set you refresh rates in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf. Use your favorite text editor and change the options under "Monitor Section".
    My New years Resolution is 1280x1024

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