Screen Resolution Prob 7.10

Default User xyzzyx at
Sun Apr 20 16:54:49 UTC 2008

On Sun, 2008-04-20 at 05:32 +0800, SYNass IT Ubuntu / Linux wrote:
> > You may be thinking of the standard frequency of normal AC electric
> > current in the USA, which is indeed 60 Hz. 
> This is odd and has nothing to do with Jefrey's problem !
> He already has a working CRT or TFT monitor and needs to recognize its
> detailled specs 
> and set it accordingly, first the correct GPU and then the monitor !!
> Well, if it's a CRT then the Hz's vary ...
> ... if it's a TFT then it is normally 60Hz for display screen's
> frequency !?!
> Google and Wiki are friends and helping. ;-)
> Good luck and cheers, svobi

Jeffrey wrote: 
"I think this may be part of the problem as I believe 60HZ is the
necessary refresh rate for USA."

By the phrase " . . . necessary refresh rate for USA", I suggested that
he might be confusing refresh rate with AC current cps in the USA.  As
far as I know, there is no mandatory, government dictated monitor
refresh rate in the USA.  Yet.  And by using the word confusing, I mean
no disrespect whatsoever toward Jeffrey.  

I was just trying to be helpful.  Oh well, "no good deed goes


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