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  1. #11
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    Oct 2001
    Well sweet_angel was right for my configuration all I needed to do was try the vesa setting with my own virtical and horizontal sync rate. thanks
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  2. #12
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2003

    Thumbs up BSD Problem

    i guess u wuld have got all the info needed here
    but could u just specify the board and the onboard VGA u r usin?
    in most common cases

    # XF86config will do the trick
    use the vesa mode if u have a real old board and VGA
    and just try to lower the max resolution available to something like 800 x 600 instead of the 1024 x 768 which is set as default

    and if there is an option in the memory to increase the shared video memory size, do it so to get atleast 8MB for video( provided u r usin an onboard video)

    good luck pal

    happy life
    way to go buddy
    keep it high

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