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Old 20th December 2005, 04:38 AM
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Chose the wrong LCD/Resolution in the display setup agent! What now?

Ok so I installed fedora core 4 through virtual pc 2004 on my laptop in window mode (not full screen, meaning wide screen).

I got up to the part where the installation finished. I went through the quick wizard at first bootup of the OS. I got up to the end where it asked me screen resolution, I left it on 800x600, and I believe it said unknown monitor. After, when trying to get into the login page, the video is totally messed up. The window is stretched a lot longer.

The question I had was, how do I get back to the video agent so I can reconfigure the resolution/monitor?

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