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PS.  Nvidia has dropped support for some of their oldest cards, but 
yours should still be in the list.

Paul Cartwright wrote:
>On Mon July 18 2005 4:57 pm, Geoffrey wrote:
>  
>>Doesn't make a lot of sense to me.  I don't understand why a kernel
>>update would affect the OS recognizing the monitor.  Did it touch
>>your X config file?  If so, I'd try backing up the config file,
>>update the kernel, then replace the config file.
>>    
>I might back up that file anyway, thanks for the tip..
>
>  
>>What was the specific error you received?
>>    
>someone emailed me off-line with some instructions. Specific to a Dell 
>box... figures. That's why I LOVE this group, so much useful 
>information available!
>I'm moving out to Madison County the end of this month, but My office 
>is up 985, Buford, so I know where the 3000 Satellite Blvd address 
>is.. I'm going to try to make one of these meetings soon! Tough to do 
>with working full time and all the volunteer work I do. I'm a Georgia 
>master Gardener and my wife & I are also gearing up to be volunteers 
>at the new aquarium when it opens in November. Im also a scuba diver:)
>
>  



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