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Old 08-02-2012, 04:21 AM
Rob Kampen
Default CentOS 6.3 on ASUS G73S does not work external video

Hi List,
just wondering which driver I need to be looking at / for that deals
with the laptop's external video connector.

Background - went to deliver a presentation last week and found that
there was no way to get any video output to the external D-15 connector
(hooked up to a video projector).
Eventually I re-booted to windoze 7 and all worked just fine - major
embarrassment after telling everyone how great Linux was.

The laptop has a nvidia GTX 460M card and I use the el-repo

I do have compiz-0.8.2-24.el6.x86_64 and
compiz-gnome-0.8.2-24.el6.x86_64 running but as these should not be
dealing directly with the hardware am not thinking they should matter.

Not sure where to start trouble shooting - I tried lots of different
screen resolutions via the System > Preferences > Display but no joy
getting any signal out to the external connector. This laptop does have
an hdmi socket but I was not using that, I thought the good old
fashioned D-15 video plug should "just work" (tm).

The function key <Fn> <F8> did toggle the laptop screen off and on and
varied the resolution of the laptop display but never any output on the
external connector.

I booted the laptop with the display not connected and then tried
connecting it - no joy.
Then rebooted with it connected and tried power on and off two times but
never any signal on the external connector

simply booting into w7 and it immediately worked

Any ideas of what magic foo I need to get this working would be appreciated.
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