Proshivka Monitora Lg W2243s
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I'm new to linux, and i have installed linux slackware 64bit. After a complete setup i downloaded the latest Nvidia proprietary drivers, the binary package from nvidia.com. I have a geforce gts250.it's the first time i encounter this issue. I have already installed the driver with my old monitor (an lg flatron with max 1680x1050)and it always worked fine.
With this new monitor (lg w2243s with a res of 1920x1080) it seems that every bin package from nvidia don't recognize the monitor.after installing i find a res of 640x480 and i get stucked, i tried to force it by editing the xorg.conf file.but nothing changes. How can i get the max res with nvidia bin package?it's driving me nuts (=/) thank you for your help. Thank you for your answer yes i've tried to change almost everything.and i still have 640x480. I have 3 ports, VGA - DVI - HDMI, the first time i tried with the normal VGA, since the monitor has been shipped with it's own vga-cable, then i've tried the DVI with an adapter from nvidia, but still no solution to both. I've also heard that could be related to the impossibility of recognizing the EDID.but i don't know how to get the EDID and to edit the files to make it good.
(sorry for my writing i'm not english lol). Quote: Yeah, the old VBE interface was great back in the early days of plug-n-play monitors (back when those were a thing and your system BIOS and video BIOS were integrally connected), but support for it has gotten REAL sketchy over the years - after all, it requires a real-mode interface, and nobody's had a real one of those since DOS.