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monitor settings for two o.s.`s

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by 700mb80min, Sep 23, 2003.

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  1. 700mb80min

    700mb80min Banned Thread Starter

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    I have a dual boot (98 and xp ) and when setting monitor display , it will change to the setting applied to each operating system . ie:/ ste to 98 is fine but boot to xp and it is too small , and the opposite for 98 . Settings are fine if i boot to the same o.s. as previous ....clear as mud ?

    Is there a way to set the monitor to configure itself for both o.s.`s ?



    ...........thanks 700mb80min
     
  2. punjabian263

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    Hello dear,
    Please explain your question, I am unable to understand.
    thanks,

    PUNJABIAN263

    ***GREAT PEOPLE HAVE GREAT PUPIL***
     
  3. compilerxp

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    Two different OSs have TWO differnt monitor settings...

    Set them both to the same resolution and refresh rate.
     
  4. mobo

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    The physical monitor settings(the buttons on the monitor itself) have to be the same which leaves only the display properties that can be different betwen the two. Set up the monitor buttonsin one then boot into the other and adjust the display properties accordingly..
     
  5. 700mb80min

    700mb80min Banned Thread Starter

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    solved , and tks everybody .
     
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