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force Panther to forget video mode of external monitor

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Hi folks,

I have this Samsung 19" flatscreen that used to work just beatiful with my 15" PB. I also have an 19" Sony CRT (at work). I switch between those two external monitor on a daily basis - Sony at work, Samsung at home.

Normally my PB would remember both screens perfectly and switch video modes according to the monitor attached. Since three days, however, that holds not true anymore. Now my PB somehow seems to have forgotten the correct video mode for my Samsung flatscreen. My question is now, how can I force Panther to simply forget all external monitors, so as that I'm able to reconnect my Samsung and set up new video modes for it???

Thanks in advance,

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