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ACER 20" Resolution Issue with Intel Dual Core (Toshiba Laptop)

I am having the resoltion issues with my 20" Acer AL2017BMD LCD Monitor when I connect it to my A100 Toshiba Laptop(Dual Core Processor. There is no option to set the resolution at 1400 X 1050. Thats why the display is blurry and there are lines running across the screen. But if I use the same monitor with my other laptop (A70 Toshiba P4), it works perfectly as I get the option of 1400 X 1050 resolution. Can anyone suggest me, how can fix this problem. Or this graphics card (which is built in) will not support this resolution. Thanks in advance.

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Get a new video card, you dont need the best video card to support 1440*900. It is affordable and the best solution.

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Install the Drivers for your New Monitor and then try increasing your resolution. If fails to solve, contact your Monitor Vendor (Seller).





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I see many monitor with that trouble.
When you turn on comp., you can have a picture on monitor about 10-30 min. and that go in black screen, or If you change resolution again go in black screen.
You must repair monitor or bay another.

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