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Old 14th September 2007, 09:26 AM
coyoteboy Offline
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Random resolution changes

Every few days I come back to my system and find the resolution has changed to the max possible for the vid card (1900x1600 or some such level). This is without altering it or installing anything. Fire it up one day, work on it, close it down, fire it up next day - fine, shut it down, fire it up -changed. ?? I checked the logs and nothing related to Xorg has been installed (I installed k3b and its dependencies). Anyone else get this? Its not a major problem but it is very odd!

Forgot to mention, this is within KDE.
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