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    Installing drivers

    I have a new video card for dual monitor set up.
    I run Fedora Core 6.
    I want to set it up to use dual monitors.
    When I installed the video card and booted up the system, it would not fully boot.
    I know I probably have to install the drivers for the video card before time, since it seems like Fedora doesn't recognize it.
    Pretty simple question I'm sure.
    How do I install the driver?

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    Linux Guru techieMoe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by kickballmvp2006
    I have a new video card for dual monitor set up.
    I run Fedora Core 6.
    . . .
    How do I install the driver?
    That depends entirely on what kind of card you have. Is it an ATI, Nvidia, SiS, Matrox, what?
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    The video card is ATI

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    SuperMod (Back again) devils casper's Avatar
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    you have to install ATI drivers. check these links for instructions. Link1 Link2.

    if Fedora is not booting up right now, boot up in command line mode and set Video Driver to "vesa" in xorg.conf file. it will fix boot up and Graphics problem. install ATI drivers after that.
    Last edited by techieMoe; 03-19-2007 at 01:05 PM. Reason: Typo "vesa"
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