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Old 3rd November 2006, 02:15 PM
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FC6 on i810 cant display 1366x768 resolution! help!

my graphics card is a onboard having the chipset i852gm... i can boot into X with 640x480 all the way up to 1600x1200, all of these are 4:3 ratio. what i need is display in 1366x768. the display is a LG plasma, definately able to do 1366x768(which is aso the optimal res for this plasma).

prevously i have done 1366x768 on this plasma but with a different mboard using onboard sis GPU. so the plasma ok.

i tried using 915resolution, manage to get the i810 driver that came with FC6 to display 1280x800. is there any other driver that i can use with my i852gm to display the res i want?

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