How to make an Intel video chipset work with a widescreen monitorJul 26, 2007, 12:15 (4 Talkback[s])
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"Out-of-the-box, the Intel video bios doesn't support a monitor at1680x1050 resolution, which is what my Acer widescreen monitor runs at. There is a very clever program called 915resolution that modifies the video bios to support otherwise unavailable video modes. Here is a complete set of instructions to make an Acer AL2223W 22" monitor work with Fedora Linux and an Intel 915G video chipset. I originally set this up on Fedora Core 6 but have subsequently updated this computer to Fedora 7 using exactly the same method, so it has been tested with both of these operating systems and works well with my setup."
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