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Old 5th July 2008, 09:28 AM
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Screen Resolution changes. Screen unreadable.

While playing with F9, I tried changing the resolution of the screen. I accidentally hit an unreadable resolution. I couldn't read a thing.

I hit ctrl shift backspace to reset x-window. logged back in and could read (everthing scrambled).

I went back is as ROOT and it was ok there. But since I was getting ready to reinstall anyway, I messed with resolution under ROOT desktop and it seemed permanent.

How do you re-boot F9 in a DEFAULT display resolution?
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