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Color resolution is ok when tv is on, but when the pc is on to watch movies through it wont adjust. A 6 in DVI cable was also added.
You set the resolution on your computer not your tv. The computer is the control of the video output.
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, through bios you can only select VGA but it wont have any effect on what you see on windows, so let bios aside. Is through Windows Display properties that you select all the different resolutions... (RIGHT CLIC YOUR MOUSE OVER THE DESKTOP, SELECT PROPERTIES AND LOOK FOR THE SETTINGS TAB ON TOP, MOVE THE SLIDER AT THE MIDDLE TO SELECT RESOLUTIONS) in windows is where you should have the latest drivers from ECS (now PCCHIPS) for your motherboard's onboard graphics. 1440x900 is widescreen type resolution, only available rather recently by new monitors that support it and so I guess it wasn't included in your original motherboard driver CD. Then it's a must to have the new drivers installed and the monitor's plug and play recognized by windows in order to attain the desired resolution from the card.
Any new AGP video card will be far better than the onboard type. DVI is just a digital type of conector and doesn't have to do with the resolution selection, but it will make the images in the monitor show a little better since there is no signal degradation in digital transfer through the monitor cable.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: Graphic Card driver
i think you can download it from the link below if it does not work get an account it is free you can download it then.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
You can download the video card driver from this link
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
I would suggest this instead,
It will far surpass the graphics quality of an Nvidia GeForce 6600 series graphics card, and will use less power.
If the above specifications are for a particular game you're trying to run, this video card excels past the minimum required specifications for the game.
1) Has 512MB of GDDR2 ram memory
2) 128 bit Memory Interface
3) 120 Stream Processors
4) Two DVI port ports
5) TV-Out (S-Video) port
Doesn't matter if you use an Nvidia graphics card, or an AMD ATI graphics card on your computer.
What matters is if it is an AGP graphics card, (It is), and an AGP 8X graphics card. (It is)
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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