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Yeah this is funny because I actually have the same problem with my suse on my desktop, on my laptop its fine on my desktop the right side is bad....
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    Yeah this is funny because I actually have the same problem with my suse on my desktop, on my laptop its fine on my desktop the right side is bad.

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    could not contact the X server

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    MY MONITOR IS NOT EVEN LISTED THE LISTED ONE IS SDM-HS74P AND I'VE GOT SDM-HS73
    WHAT CAN I DO??????/

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    Quote Originally Posted by cinek2008
    MY MONITOR IS NOT EVEN LISTED THE LISTED ONE IS SDM-HS74P AND I'VE GOT SDM-HS73
    WHAT CAN I DO??????/
    like i said before, select a generic model instead of a sony.
    Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.

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    there is no genetic type

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    It is not genetic!!! it is generic note the difference??

    When you get to the place where you select what kind of monitor you have, the left hand window shows the list of manufacturers. Scroll to the very top of the list, you will see generic.

    Note once again, the word is generic
    Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.

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