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Old 8th October 2008, 06:07 PM
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Unhappy Screen goes black when using Livna Nvidia drivers in 1280x1024

Hello,

I have a Viewsonic E70fB CRT monitor. When I try to use the Livna drivers for my Nvidia 6100, it works nicely, but it demotes my monitor to 1024x768, from 1280x1024, the resolution I was using before I installed the driver. When I try to set the resolution back to 1280x1024 in the Nvidia X Server Settings menu, the screen goes black, except for a tiny horizontal white hairline at the top of the screen.

Does anyone have a solution to this? Thanks.
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Old 8th October 2008, 06:22 PM
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Configure xorg.conf for your monitor.
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