Program won't start claiming the resolution is wrong. im absolutely sure my res is at 1200 x 800. when i try to start program, resolution changes to 800x600, and the life caM PROGRAM WON'T INTIALIZE. when i first installed program, the first day it worked, but not now. help
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Did u went into the Window computer Control Panel and changes to X 720 and save it and reboot the computer right away for that resolution?Yes or No?Tries that to make sure for ur computer to set and save at that resolution at X 720 for the computer video card to save at that setting modes than the computer will not changes back to x1024 again.
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the main problem with using a tv is the resolution you wont get the same output as you would if you used and lcd monitor, to high of a resolution and the tv wont show a picture or will cut in and out due to it not being suported by the tv , try using the pc on a output setting of 800 x 600 or 1024 x 768 and see if it does it,then if it doesnt then its your tv! try the 800 x 600 first as most tvs will support this with a vga slot in the back.
if this still happens after changing the res you might want to make sure that ur NVIDIA 9800 graphics card is working correctly and have the right drivers installed, make sure its not over heating and the card has room to breath inside the pc if your not sure try leaving both side panals of from the pc to see if its heat
try running your graphics card in separate screen mode im thinking you may have it in clone mode and is running both displays at the same res, or if the projector can handle it try running the projector at higher res
It did likely re-set to lower resolution when the batteries were changed. To set it where you want, press the "F" button when in shooting mode. You'll see the options, one of which is for image size/quality.
Youre problem is because when a widescreen monitor is fed with a signal that is not ws it stretches the image sideways making people look short and fat. The only way to really fix this is to make sure the graphics card is providing a widescreen resolution to the monitor. In this case the native resolution (the resolution the screen looks best at) is 1680 x 1050 . If you right click ur desktop and go down to properties and settings u want to change the screen resolution to a widescreen res.
Hopefully 1680 x 1050 ... if this is unavailable try 1440 x 900
If you have an nvidia graphics card you can also go to the nvidia control panel and change the resolution attributes. If the widescreen res isnt available u could also try the 'change flat panel scaling' and select the do not scale option.
Please note before starting any of this make sure u have the latest graphics and monitor drivers available.