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I have installed Fedora core 6 on system having specifications
64 bit processor
2.0 Ghz,1 Gb of RAM
processor is AMD Athelon
After the installation is complete...when I try to boot the OS
My monitor displays "INPUT NOT SUPPORTED"..please clarify soon..
Your computer is booting up in a video mode or refresh rate that your monitor cannot support. Not sure how you would go about changing it without reinstalling Fedora or doing it from the command line.
If you're using an LCD, try an old CRT monitor, may be able to use the mode you selected. LCDs can usually only support 60Hz modes.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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