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Description of problem:
Since dell is shipping the inspiron 8500 with wuxga+ 1920x1200
screen resolution, this mode should be supported
ModelName "Dell 1920x1200 Laptop Display Panel"
DisplaySize 330 210
HorizSync 31.5 - 100.0
VertRefresh 30.0 - 90.0
Seems to work for me.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install severn on inspiron 8500 wuxga+
Please retest on Fedora Core 2 or FC3test1
Does the generic laptop display 1920x1200 work for you?
What is the output of kudzu -p -b ddc
If we can't get the settings via ddc please attach you monitor.inf to
this bug - read the below post for details
Retested on Fedora Core 2 with all updates.
kudzu -p -b ddc
desc: "ATI Technologies Inc. M9"
So it appears ddc gives no love.
Now, how to find a inf file?
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This problem still exists when installing FC5. I had to lie to the system and
tell it I had a big 1920x1200 capable LCD monitor.
I tried changing the version above to "5" but it still only gives the Red Hat
version choices. Not the fedora version choices.
This should be fixed in system-config-display 1.0.45-1 and later. Please test,
and reopen this bug if it's still an issue for you.