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IBM Thinkpad problem pls help

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by regalbowman, Apr 5, 2008.

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  1. regalbowman

    regalbowman Thread Starter

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    I have 2 thinkpads, a 14 inch and a 15 inch t60. They both use the radeon x1300 card. The 14 inch allows me change the screen resolution to 1600 / 1200 aswell as lots of other sizes. The 15 inch only allows upto 1200 / 800. It only gives me a choice of a couple of sizes to choose from. Is this normal. The software im tryin to use requires me to scroll up and down the screen because its too big for my screen.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.:D


    (both using winxp, 2gzh intel dual core)
     
  2. Cazio

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    What type of screens do the laptops have (SXGA+, XGA, etc.)? That could be affecting what resolutions they support.
     
  3. regalbowman

    regalbowman Thread Starter

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    Sry but how would i find that out?
     
  4. Cazio

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    The manuals that came with the laptops would probably say. Come to think of it, they'd probably also say what resolutions should be supported.

    Alternatively, you could find your model online and see what it says.
     
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