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Old 16th January 2009, 09:27 PM
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Question HANNSPREE HF229H Monitor not showing correct aspect ratio on Fedora 10

Hello, I just installed fedora 10 on my pc. The installation goes ok and stuff, but the only problem is that it displays the correct resolution (1680x1050) but the wrong aspect ratio which should be 16:10.

The screen gets pushed to the right of the monitor and I get a black portion on the left.

I spend sometime searching on google but didn't find anything for this case. SInce xorg.conf is no longer on fedora 10 I try installing system-config-display and generate one, I ran the tool and it seems to be detecting my monitor and video card correctly (I have an ATI X1550 series btw), so I prefer to ask first before I do something that messes things more.


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