I have managed to successfully install Debian on a Partition on my IBM Pentium 4 via Installation CD. (Note to programmers: add to the Installation Help Box that Linux cannot be installed on a Partition created by Microsoft Windows. You have to delete & reformat that MS Partition using Linux. This won't affect the MS Windows already installed on the other Partition.) However, once I run Debian from the Boot Menu my SVGA Monitor goes haywire. I can tell this is because Debian's default video resolution is set too high. I have no Monitor problems with the Boot Menu, Command Prompt nor the Installation CD. (The MS Windows Installation starts you off at the low resolution to avoid this problem.) Is there any way to lower the video resolution via the Boot File? If not I'll be unable to use Debian.