I've just been trying to install Ubuntu. (New to linux.) All seems to be going quite peachy, and it gets to a point after anaconda asks you to remove the CD and reboot; once it finishes the installation, I think. This is a little bit after it asks you to select which resolutions you want to be usable by the X window system; I chose the defaults; only 1024x768, 800x600 and 640x480. What happens, is that nothing can be displayed on the monitor. The monitor comes up with a message that says "80.8KHz/154.1Hz / Freqency out of range / Try other resolutions". At this point, goes directly to that whenever I try to boot from the hard drive, so I have to try to reinstall. My question, is why is this happening? And obviously, how do you s'pose it can be fixed? I've dismissed the possibility that the monitor can't handle 1024x768 or something, but perhaps that's the case? Any help would be the awsome. PS- Line breaks aren't happening automatically, as it says. This is just temporary?