Monitor frequency problem

Mike Dugger manifold at
Fri Mar 14 21:35:22 UTC 2008

At 11:05 AM 3/14/2008 +0800, you wrote:
>Mike Dugger wrote:
> > I was happy to see that someone recently had their monitor resolution
> > problem solved using dpkg-reconfigure x server-xorg. However, a problem
> > that I've had since upgrading from ubuntu 7.04 to 7.10 is that my monitor
> > is being driven at 50 hz refresh rate when it really, really wants to run
> > at 60 hz. My System -> Screen Resolution offers 50 hz and 54 hz, but 
> not 60
> > hz which is the native refresh rate for my Samsung SyncMaster 204T.
> >
> > Will the technique above solve this or is there something else I'm missing?
>Isn't the 204T and LCD monitor?  Refresh rates don't have any meaning in the
>LCD world.

Yes, it's and LCD, but it's the monitor that keeps giving me the message 
that it is in analog mode and its optimum is 60 hz. To be honest it looks 
fine, but it keeps nagging me about the wanting 60 hz.

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