>need help for finding right clockfrequencies for an OLD VGA
>640x480 and LINUX. It is not defective.It is working right
>with other OSs (WIN+ OS/2).
>But on linux I only can adjust 640x400 or larger modes.
>is there a better program for LINUX like MATROX provides for
>their graphic cards available for LINUX to finetune ?
>XVtune doesnot do its job.
Look on the monitor (probably on the back) for the FCC ID. If you
find anything about horizontal and vertical frequencies, great, but if
not, get the FCC ID, brand, and model number.
Then get on the web and go to http://www.sbsdirect.com/fccenter.html
Key in the FCC ID and find out who made the thing.
Try to find them and ask them for the horizontal and vertical
frequencies. And configure X appropriately.