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    Default CRT Monitor Issues

    I am having problems with my dual CRTs monitors. I can see my desktop, but it's constantly flashing black really fast. It's so bad, it hurts my eyes just looking at it for a few minutes. So, I have tried different models of Hitachi under Yast (I have a Hitachi v7000 and PCmonitor.com *I think that's the name of the computer*) But there is no support for Model v7000. I had the same issue with OpenSUSE 10.3, but I just changed the monitor to the default for CRT. But there is no default in OpenSUSE 11 within Yast and Graphic Card settings where I pick resolution settings.

    So, how do I fix this issue in OpenSUSE 11?

    Specs:
    OS: OPenSUSE 11
    Video Card: ATI 9600 SE
    Monitors:
    CRT 1: Hitachi Model: v7000
    CRT 2: PCmonitor.com (I think that's the name of the company, I am not at home right now.)

    Thank you for your time.

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    Default Re: CRT Monitor Issues

    On 07/11/2008 ocha wrote:
    > CRT 1: Hitachi Model: v7000 CRT 2: PCmonitor.com (I think that's the
    > name of the company, I am not at home right now.)


    Got a manual? Monitor manuals normally list the frequencies and allow you to select the correct monitor manually, even if the brand/model isn't listed.

    Uwe

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    Default Re: CRT Monitor Issues

    Actually, both Hitachi v7000 and Micronpc.com (sorry, it's not PCmonitor.com) are both hand me downs. Same with my ATI 9600 SE. So no manual for either the Hitachi v7000 and the micronpc.com

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    Default Re: CRT Monitor Issues

    * ocha,

    google. Actually I couldn't find information on neither monitor. If you have the FCC number, you could additionally try and search the FCC database:
    http://www.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/ead

    Uwe

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