Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 188759
1: Analog Input - Cannot Display This Video Mode
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:30 EST
I have this problem when I'm trying to install Fedora Core 5.
When I'm entering the Anaconda installer, I get this black screen wich states:
1: Analog Input
Cannot Display This Video Mode
This is not a Fedora Directory Server bug, this appears to be a problem with the
Fedora Core operating system. Switching product to Fedora core.
OK so I need to report the bug again? Or have you already switched it to Fedora
What video card and monitor do you have?
I have a 256MB nVidia Ge Force 6800 video card, and I think I have a
Dell 20" 2001FP UltraSharpâ¢ Flat Panel TCO'99 monitor.
Just to make one thing cleared, I've just been able to install fc3 on my
computer. When I tried fc4, my monitor just went black/blue/white etc.. And now
I have this problem with fc5 .. But I didn't try to upgrade, I installed winxp
again, and then tried to install the fedora versions.
Does it work if your monitor is connected to the other video card output?
I'm not sure what you mean? Do I have two video card output's?
I finally got it working. It seem's typing 'linux vesa' at the boot prompt works
This will likely be fixed in the next rhpxl build, as we're going to be making
use of X autoconfiguration which is smarter than what we're currently doing.
This should now be fixed. The latest build of rhpxl (which will be in FC6
test2) uses X to automatically configure as much as possible.
Thanks. Keep up the good work!