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LCD monitors do best at their native resolution. There might be 2x2 pixels per spot at that resolution. Once you change the resolution, you might have 2.7 x 2.7 pixels per spot (merely an example). Although a resolution might fit well, at 3x3 or 4x4 pixels, all the other resolutions might look out of focus as each character bleeds over into an adjacent pixel.
The 16:9 aspect ratios are the only ones that will work correctly with this monitor; others will show black at the top and bottom or left and right, or images will be too tall or too wide.
The resolutions you should try are 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720 or 800 x 600. When I look at resolutions available for my 16:9 ratio monitor, those are the three that are bold.. others are available, but would not show the high quality display.
There are also buttons on the front of the monitor to adjust the display left/right, up/down, re-size, focus, brightness, etc.. A change there could make a difference too.
go into control panel,click on display.press open,you should see a window that says DISPLAY PROPERTIES.click on settings.to your lift it will say screen resolution.move cure on the scale to the right until you get the resolution you want.after selecting the pixels to the level you want press OK.and exit out of control panel.now try to see if it is enough,if not do the same above steps again.(GOOD LUCK0
Leave the photo opened on view and then right click on the desktop, then click on Properties > Settings tab.
You can then experiment with the different screen resolutions until you find one that displays your photos properly and proportionately scaled. For example move the small slider to 1600 x 1200 pixels and press OK. If the photo still doesn't look ok just repeat the above steps and try another resolution setting by moving the slider further to the left or right.
The computer needs its screen resolution reducing or changing in aspect ratio to suit the StarLogic monitor. Use a previously-working monitor and reduce the resolution on the computer to 1024 x 768 pixels or less (right-click an unused part of the desktop, click Properties and select Settings; slide the resolution slider to the left to adjust). The StarLogic monitor will now work; plug it in - do the resolution adjustment again as above, but increasing the resolution until you are happy. Going this way around, your computer will failsafe back to the previous (lower) resolution if the monitor says Out Of Range again, so you cannot lose the display along the way..
Most LCD monitors have a default refresh rate of 60 Hz. Older monitors also have limited resolution. Please check your display settings and ensure you're not using a refresh rate higher than 60, or a resolution higher than what it supports. If either one is the case, you're lucky the LCD still works.
plug it into your laptop and change the settings to the monitor to 800 by 600 pixels, then change the refresh rate to 60 hz or you could change it to 1280 by 1024 pixels and 60hz but it should work with 800 by 600 too, then plug it back into your desktop it should work then
Pixel Ratio is just a parameter Measured to Produce Good Quality Display with Fine details so Do not Mix up with Resolution and Pixel ratio.
Use the Resolution that best sutes the Application you use(which may change with time to time based on applications you use)
Keep a standard Resolution 1024 x768,or which ever suits your Vision.
NViiDiA is a Grafix card and Monitor features are 2 differnt thigs so.
Dont be concerned about the Parameters and get mixed up.
just find the best possible Resolution and enjoy your Monitor with best Quality, :)
It may be that the LCD monitor will not display all screen resolutions
so you may need to change your resolution to match the desired
resolution and refresh rate of the LCD. In your case the computer
should be outputting:
1024x768 pixels 60 Hz
You can change these settings by right clicking on the desktop and clicking properties and they're under the settings tab. Change the screen resolution by moving the slider to the recommended setting (1024x768)
under the advanced button click the "monitor" tab - make sure the screen refresh rate is set to 60 hertz (60 hz)