Re: Monitor not remembering settings
This was also one of my problems and i solved it (or i worked arround it) I
run Windows and XWindow in different resolutions. My monitor can 'remember'
14 different settings at the same time.
May-B this works for you 2. If all fails, remove Windows ;P
Nico de Haer
----- Original Message -----
From: Bart Szyszka <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Daniel Barclay <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2001 9:54 PM
Subject: Re: Monitor not remembering settings
> >>I have Debian unstable set up with KDM and KDE2 to dual-boot with a
> >>system. My problem is that each time I boot to Debian, I have to
> >>monitor's settings because the screen is all bent out of shape. Any idea
> >>it keeps resetting? It never does that when I go back to Windows.
> >>always sticks to the proper settings.
> > Windows could be resetting your monitor.
> > (I've noticed that re-installing Windows 98 makes my monitor forget all
> > my Linux video mode settings. As usual, Microsoft tries to take over
> > everything.)
> Is there a way to stop this from happening? Maybe by adding something in
> Linux to make it remember the settings after a Windows reset?
> Bart Szyszka firstname.lastname@example.org ICQ:4982727
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