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Re: out of range



craig/other:
how do i do this?
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I too am using a Shuttle...something like an SN41G2 which has built-in
nvidia but as far as I know, nvidia has yet to release a proprietary
blob binary driver for it (9600).

Therefore, I just set my vidia card to the xorg 'nv' driver
(system-config-display) and then higher resolutions (1280x1024) display
options are available.

Craig

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Craig White wrote:
On Mon, 2008-10-20 at 18:40 -0400, barclay982 wrote:
it's on-board (motherboard, it's a shuttle pc)

Craig White wrote:
On Mon, 2008-10-20 at 18:09 -0400, barclay982 wrote:
i got to the 'setup' menu and could only choose 800x600 or 640x480, and tried to choose generic lcd as opposed to generic crt; it the seemed to save some changes but when i rebooted it went to 'out of range' after grub/boot;
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also, you might want to post the output of 'lspci -v' to the list so we
can help with configuring your video card settings
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I too am using a Shuttle...something like an SN41G2 which has built-in
nvidia but as far as I know, nvidia has yet to release a proprietary
blob binary driver for it (9600).

Therefore, I just set my vidia card to the xorg 'nv' driver
(system-config-display) and then higher resolutions (1280x1024) display
options are available.

Craig



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