VGA mode not support
fun2program8 at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 11 13:09:39 GMT 2007
On Sat, 10 Nov 2007 23:07:54 -0500
"Rafael Barreto" <rafaelbarreto at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> When I start Ubuntu a colorful sign pops up to say: "VGA mode not support-H: 64.1 khz-V: 60.2 Hz" After a few seconds Ubuntu apparently starts correctly. Anybody knows what it means?
> Thank You.
Perhaps X tries to configure your monitor using those sync settings, and so the monitor complains (both to you and the system). X tries a different setting, and everyone's happy.
If the text that says "VGA mode not supported" pops up in the same font/look as your monitor setup dialog appears in, I'll bet it's that.
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