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Resolution problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by krupesh10, Apr 24, 2010.

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  1. krupesh10

    krupesh10 Thread Starter

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    Hi
    How to set 1360*768 resolution in XP SP-2 for LG TFT Monitor i could not get this in settings even others are not fit properly, i tried powestrip software here i got it but aftersome time it was display black screen with resolution outof range.
    please help if anyone facing similar problem,

    thanks in advance

    krupesh N
     
  2. oksteve

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    FYI :) If your monitor is designed to achieve that resolution then great but if not you will most likely damage it beyond repair
     
  3. krupesh10

    krupesh10 Thread Starter

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    Hi
    thanks for the instant replay, actually that monitor was designed for 1360*768 resolution, if i set other like 1280*768 i can't able to get proper display (for instance: circle is looks like oven) but in default setting i unable investigate that numbers i tried very much ultimately i fed up with this and now i am thinking my previous CRT was good compared to this hell.

    thanks
    Krupesh N
     
  4. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    Right-click MY COMPUTER, then click Properties - Hardware - Device Manager, then click the + in

    Display Adapters

    Advise what's listed there, and spell it correctly.

    Double-click what's listed there, then click Driver(tab).

    What's the driver version and driver date?

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    It's possible that your computer is too old and that the display adapter isn't capable of providing the native resolution settings for a wide-screen LCD monitor.

    I recently ran into this problem after replacing an old 15" CRT monitor with a 19" wide-screen LCD monitor on a 9-year old HP desktop for an elderly woman. We had to settle for a 1024 X 768 resolution and adjust the font and text settings to her liking. There's still a slight horizontal stretch, but she's content with that.

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