Re: trembly screen

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Usually, laptops *like* best the resolution they have been designed for, any other resolution is
going to be obtained by interpolation and will not yield a good image...
Whether this is the ground for your problem, I don't know. However 60Hz refresh is usually the
right value for most laptops...
more can be found at http://www.linux-laptop.net/
cheers
Lionel

--- "Huard, Elise - D C&W Consultant" <Elise.Huard@sbs.siemens.co.uk> wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> after trying a lot of different things on my Acer Aspire laptop, i finally
> got an image using gdm and server 'savage' (it's supposed to be a S3
> ProSavage card).
> The trouble is, i still haven't found ANY doc about the frequencies of my
> LCD monitor, and the image is trembling.  What does that mean ?  Do you have
> any advice at how to find the right frequencies ?  Is it something else ?
> Also the definition right now is not what i specified in XF86Config-4 :
> 1024x780 (or something), but the one higher up.  Is there another config
> file to take into account ?
> Thanks,
> 
> Elise
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