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Old 31st July 2010, 19:36
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Question Fedora 13 - Display size less than supported on XP

Hi All;

I have fedora 13 running on an older HP box.
AMD Athlon 3300+ 2.4GHz

The display size supported for XP is up to 1280X1024 with the SiS mirage2 (128 mb shared) video card.

But when I run Fedora 13 I only get 1024 X 768 (max).

Anything I can do?

Thanks!!
-Tim
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Old 1st August 2010, 18:15
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Did you install the latest Fedora updates? Maybe there's a newer driver for your graphics card available. Other than that, you can try to manually tweak your xorg.conf.
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