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    triznic
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    Right On!
    Just got a G4! Was always scared of macs. I Love it!!! So much that I am now running it dual monitor and hhave started moving everything over. My pc is now a paper weight. Im a brand new man!!!
    I went on it tonight and kinda felt .....diiiiirty

    Not sure if this is thhe right place for my question.
    My display settings are a bit puzzling to me. I have to go in and set both monitors 1280x1024.. everything goes well and then whenever it wakes up or after powering on, settings are back to 800x600.

    newbie needs some help.

    thanks!

    did i mention i luuuv my mac

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    triznic
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    anybody? no luv for the new guy>? or just a dumb question

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    I wish I knew the answer so that I could help you, but I don't

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    Have you tried seeing if the settings stay with just the main monitor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by triznic
    Just got a G4! Was always scared of macs. I Love it!!! So much that I am now running it dual monitor and hhave started moving everything over. My pc is now a paper weight. Im a brand new man!!!
    I went on it tonight and kinda felt .....diiiiirty

    Not sure if this is thhe right place for my question.
    My display settings are a bit puzzling to me. I have to go in and set both monitors 1280x1024.. everything goes well and then whenever it wakes up or after powering on, settings are back to 800x600.

    newbie needs some help.

    thanks!

    did i mention i luuuv my mac
    Let me ask you this, are you running FileVault? If often causes displays to lose their settings (among other things).
    Roger Michaels
    Apple Certified Consultant

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