Configure my laptop screen

Posted on 2004-11-02
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Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Hello there

I just recently installed Fedore Core 2 but my screen is not successfully probed my Fedora and when I look for it I can't find it, the only screens I find are not widescreens.. Also fedora does not recognice my wireless card so if any one can point out for me any tips how to configure it it would be great.

Here is some info about my comp:

Intel® Centrino™ mobile
Intel® Pentium® M 735 1.7 GHz (Dothan)
Front Side Bus 400 MHz, 2MB
15.4" Widescreen (1280 x 800 px)
NVIDIA® GeForce™ FX Go5200 64MB DDR
Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200 b/g 54Mbps

Thx for ur time Golin
Question by:goling
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   For Wireless in Centrino, you might want to check the following URL:

   And for the widescreen in Linux:



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