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WXGA+ / WSXGA+ Resolution

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by willtodie, May 22, 2007.

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  1. willtodie

    willtodie Thread Starter

    Jun 8, 2004
    I recently got a 19" Mag Innovision wide-screen Flat panel monitor (LT1919WDB) and it said to set my pc system to wxga+ or wsxga+ resolution. and if my pc doesnt support 1440x900 or 1680x1050 to use 1280x960. my question is where can i get the driver for my pc to get the WSXGA/WXGA or at least to get the 1280x960 since my pc only seems to go up to 1280x768. i used to be able to use 1280x960 but i dont know what i did or what happened and now i cant use it.

    thanks in advance.
  2. kiwiguy


    Aug 17, 2003
    You would at a minimum need to advise us on what the PC video card is to expect help on drivers for it?
  3. n0b0dy


    Jun 13, 2007
    I have the same exact monitor and i'm asking the same exact question kinda. I use a nvidia 6800 xt and I have the latest drivers installed. I can get 1440x900 but it does not look right and I don't know why. Another problem is I can't get madden 07 to display right! it is the only game (so far) that I can't play on this monitor because it keeps telling me im "out of range". I can't seem to set this monitor to 800x600 even tho in my vid card settings it says it's "supported". I am stumped :(

    My monitor

    Please any help or advice is appreciated!
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