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Table Of Contents  How to Build Your Own PC - Save A Buck And Learn A Lot
 9  Chapter 11: Installing A Dual Boot Operating System (Linux And Windows XP)
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Selecting the Video Card and Monitor Type

A dialog asks you to select your video card (Figure 182). It will probably already be recognized. You’ll also be asked to select your monitor (Figure 183), or it will be detected.


Figure 182: Video card configuration

Your video card might be selected automatically. If not, select your card from the list.

 



Figure 183: Monitor configuration

If your monitor isn’t recognized, select it from the list.

 



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