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SuSE has seems to have a problem recognizing Dell monitor refresh 
rates.

Did you run sax2 -m 0=nvidia after you reran the installer?

If so, then try running sax2 -x -m 0=nvidia. ?This will tell sax not to 
calculate mode lines and use what is configured already.

If that doesn't work, then try running sax2 -m o=nvidia --vesa 
0:1024x768 at 75 on the command line.

This should kick you into the sax with a hard request to use 1024x768 
resolution with a 75hz vertical refresh. ?That usually works if that's 
the problem.

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