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    Question BackTrack 4 too small to read

    The BackTrack GUI is way too small too read! I tried both resolutions, but no effect at all. I have a NVidia card.

    PS: Windows 7 works fine!

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    Default Re: BackTrack 4 too small to read

    Well I am glad windows 7 works ok. I thought you might need to return your laptop there for a second.
    No wait. Hey does this happen in the gui or at boot up with the terminal or both? I mean seriously we will need more info on the BT side and less of the windows side in order to help.
    hardware specs, did you install a driver, have your checked your md5sum how are you booting etc.

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    Default Re: BackTrack 4 too small to read

    Quote Originally Posted by xxmxx View Post
    The BackTrack GUI is way too small too read! I tried both resolutions, but no effect at all. I have a NVidia card.

    PS: Windows 7 works fine!
    you need to read Pureh@te's guide for installing cuda and the nvidia driver
    HP DV7
    8GB DDR3
    Core i7-720QM
    Nvidia GeForce GT 320M

    BT5-64bit x WIN7-64bit DualBoot

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    Default Re: BackTrack 4 too small to read

    I don't have a laptop, but a desktop computer. In the beginning it looks fine but after I type startx I can't read it anymore! (So on the desktop)

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