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Then I thought to reply with:
Your pendrive boots? Post your kboot.con file contents here, please.
Also, when you boot, you should add the line:
to your kboot startup command. That will put you in 720p land. If that isn\'t the setting you need, change the number at the end of the line to one of those listed here:
<video mode ID>
YUV 60Hz 1:480i 2:480p 3:720p 4:1080i 5:1080p
YUV 50Hz 6:576i 7:576p 8:720p 9:1080i 10:1080p
RGB 60Hz 33:480i 34:480p 35:720p 36:1080i 37:1080p
RGB 50Hz 38:576i 39:576p 40:720p 41:1080i 42:1080p
VESA 11:WXGA 12:SXGA 13:WUXGA
full screen mode: <video mode ID> + 128
dither ON mode : <video mode ID> + 2048
One of those will solve your resolution/display problem.
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