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Resolution I have a MAG MA-32EF1AC LCD TV that I use as a monitor. I need 1024X768 resolution to work with a video program. This resolution is not supported by the monitor but it will work if I "trick" the computer by hooking up a monitor which DOES support this resolution, unhook that monitor and hookup the MAG without shutting off the computer. This works but is cumbersome especially if the computer shuts down for any reason, then I have to do the same thing again. I have XP pro. Are there any drivers for other monitors that I might download that might solve this problem? The Innovision web site is of no help as they offer no drivers of any type.

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  • Joshua Dobers
    Joshua Dobers May 11, 2010

    What video card do you have? There are special programs (and settings sometimes in the drivers) that allow you to change the resolution on the monitor.



    Another option is to set the driver for your monitor to "generic plug and play monitor" that way you should be able to set it to the resolution you want..

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It is an Intel Express Chip set Q965/Q963, an integrated card. I'm not at that computer right now, but I believe it is already a generic plug and play driver.

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