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    hasek522 NNTP User

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    Whenever i boot to openSUSE my screen shakes just a little no matter what I am doing on it, this problem does not occur in Windows. How can i fix this? I have a ViewSonic CRT and an ATI radeon 1650

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    Quote Originally Posted by hasek522
    Whenever i boot to openSUSE my screen shakes just a little no matter
    what I am doing on it, this problem does not occur in Windows. How can
    i fix this? I have a ViewSonic CRT and an ATI radeon 1650
    Hi
    Sounds like the refresh rate is not quite right. Check with sax2 that
    the settings are correct as specified in the monitor manual. Another
    option is to load the *.inf file off the cd that came with the monitor.

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    hasek522 NNTP User

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    ok i have no idea what a sax2 is or an inf file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hasek522
    ok i have no idea what a sax2 is or an inf file.
    Hi
    Use YaST, Hardware->Graphics Card and Monitor.

    Then once it's loaded you will see your monitor specified In the
    'Display' tab, here it can be changed. If you have the CD that came with
    the monitor, there should be a file with the extension "inf" somewhere
    on it?

    Or you can manually add the Sync Frequencies as specified in the manual.

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