RE: Very Serious Resolution Issue
Boot into safe mode and then change the resolution.
Here is what happened: My screen can only support 1600x900 resolution,l but i
didnt know that and when experimenting, i changed it to 1600x1000, which
turned the screen black and displayed the message "out of range" or something
like that. I sat still for some minutes, expecting the system to restore the
previous resolution setting, as you know it does unless "YES, keep this
resolution" is pressed, but nothing happened. So now im online with my
Scientific Linux Live edition, asking for your assistance. How can i restore
my user resolution?
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