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> Theirs nothing in the /etc/X11 folder or a xorg.conf file, I think Xorg
> automatically did everything
Well, if you say you ran 'X -configure', it should've created an
xorg.conf file. If you ran it as root (which you almost probably had
to), check in /root
>From what you've told me before, I can pretty well guess that you
don't have your necessary Xorg drivers installed for your graphics
card. I suggest reading the manual on how to resolve this -- but
don't expect miracles as far as ATI goes.
If you don't know how to manage Xorg, I doubt you should be running -CURRENT.
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