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Old 13th February 2007, 09:50 PM
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Question cannot boot FC6 after succesful installation


I successfully installed FC6 on Intel P4-3Ghz, mobo Intel D875PBZ, 2 GB RAM, video from 3DLabs Wildcat VP 990 Pro AGP, 2x SATA HDD. During installation my video was probed as 3DLabs VP 10 video processor and it displayed everything well.
However after reboot system starts loading Kernel and stuff up to the point where I think GUI becomes initialized.
The effect is that both of my LCD displays (both connected through DVI to 3dlabs card) turn to sleep mode and I cannot see anything, not even an error message. I do not even know if the rest of the system boots up properly.

Any chance to fix this? is this video card unsupported?

I am a linux newbie. Thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 14th February 2007, 02:09 AM
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