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Hello I have installed Linux 9.0 on my pc. But it could not detect my Graphics card.
I have also used  command Xconfigurator But still the problem is there .Rest OS is installed is ok in text mode.
How can I detect or assign my Graphics card.
Thanks in advance.

Chetan K Kulthe
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what graphics card do you have?
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yes, post what's the band? model? or is it come with the mother board? if come with the mother board, what's the model/band name of your mother board? these info can help us to give out suggestion.

anyway, you can also have a look here http://secure.netroedge.com/~lm78/supported.html
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or you can try this :
chgres is a small tool which uses the XFree86-VidModeExtension X11 extension to query and set the resolution of your XFree86 display, without restarting it. It has a simple command-line user interface which makes it suitable for use in shell scripts. http://freshmeat.net/projects/chgres/?topic_id=861
 

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