I have a Neoware C-50 that is providing a VGA signal that is outside the range of any monitor i connect to it. Once booted, the box cannot be controlled because there is no video. Based on advice found on this site, I've gotten to the bash prompt on the C-50; which apparently runs at a separate monitor resolution that is valid.
Is the regular end-user resolution kept in a registry equivalent that I can edit from the bash prompt?
I have 3 follow-on questions:
1) Will a factory reset of the BIOS default the resolution back to something useable?
2) If not, Is there a way to access the monitor settings for the Neoware shell program from the bash prompt?
3) If none of those, any other suggestions short of a Linux OS transplant that might allow me to regain use of the box again?