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Old 6th December 2008, 03:56 AM
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Question Garbled screen in Fedora 9

I have installed Fedora 9 sulphur on an AMD 64 machine with an ati radeon card and a samsung 793s crt monitor. Everything works fine but the display gets garbled sometimes on start up. I have no option but to press the restart button when this happens. I'd be glad if somebody could suggest a better option. I have currently set the display to 1024 x 768 and thousands of colours. I have set the refresh rate to 60 hz.
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