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Bochecha - Falling back fixed my issue therefore my X/rendering issues must be related to the version 3.9.9 kernel.

My mobo is an Intel D2550MUD2 (Mini-ITX "Cedar Trail" aka "CedarView" with Intel NM10 Express chipset and Intel GMA 3650 video). During installation, F19 using kernel.x86_64 3.9.5-301.fc19 successfully detected my graphics card and Acer S211HL monitor (1920x1080 22") capabilities automatically. My video driver is xorg-x11-drv-intel.x86_64 2.21.8-1.fc19.

Unfortunately, my recent upgrade to kernel 3.9.9 lost my my automatically detected video. I get to a login prompt window but the screen elements containing a user list etc. are never rendered. Falling back to 3.9.5 (as I type this note) worked for my situation. Even the X-Windows/XFCE keyboard seems out of order (E.g. Ctrl-Alt-F1). Fortunately, power off led to a graceful shutdown.

BTW, I tried the F19 default download ("Download now! ..... 951MB, ISO image for 64-bit PCs " - seems to be Gnome-based) on this same hardware with the 3.9.5 kernel. Video auto-detection failed. Switching to XFCE proved to be the best backup plan. Maybe this one is a Gnome 2 issue?

Bochecha - Falling back fixed my issue therefore my X/rendering issues must be related to the version 3.9.9 kernel.

My mobo is an Intel D2550MUD2 (Mini-ITX "Cedar Trail" aka "CedarView" with Intel NM10 Express chipset and Intel GMA 3650 video). During installation, F19 using kernel.x86_64 3.9.5-301.fc19 successfully detected my graphics card and Acer S211HL monitor (1920x1080 22") capabilities automatically. My video driver is xorg-x11-drv-intel.x86_64 2.21.8-1.fc19.

Unfortunately, my recent upgrade to kernel 3.9.9 lost my my automatically detected video. I get to a login prompt window but the screen elements containing a user list etc. are never rendered. Falling back to 3.9.5 (as I type this note) worked for my situation. Even the X-Windows/XFCE keyboard seems out of order (E.g. Ctrl-Alt-F1). Fortunately, power off led to a graceful shutdown.shutdown. Falling back to 3.9.5 (as I type this note) worked for my situation.

BTW, I tried the F19 default download ("Download now! ..... 951MB, ISO image for 64-bit PCs " - seems to be Gnome-based) on this same hardware with the 3.9.5 kernel. Video auto-detection failed. Switching to XFCE proved to be the best backup plan. Maybe this one is a Gnome 2 issue?