Edit your XF86Config (normally /etc/X11/XF86Config) and add the
following lines under Monitor section:
The above settings normally work for almost all monitors, incase your
monitor supports higher refresh rates (refer the supplementary manual
that accompanied your monitor) make the changes appropriately for
supporting better resolutions!
You can use 'XFree86 -configure' to setup an initial XF86Config.
On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 11:47, SECO wrote:
I have recently installed Red Hat 9.0 on my PC which consists of 128=20
DDR RAM, on board VGA (S3 Prosavage KM133) and Monitor LG 500E.
The Linux is running smoothly but i am not able to start X properly. I=20
am encountered with the following error
Horzonital and vertical Sync. Out of range
Hf =3D 30-54
Vf =3D 50-120
Hf =3D 27
Vf =3D 43
I am not able to accommodate the valid range within the detected=20
range. Please help me in this context.
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