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Cannot get the resolution right

All of a sudden, I continuously get a "Resolution Notice" blue box in the middle of the screen telling me to adjust to 1440 x 900; my HP computer will not allow me to adjust to those settings -- any idea how to fix the monitor clarity and make the blue box go away?

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On your desktop right click and choose personalize then display settings and change the resolution to 1440 * 900

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Resolution notice


Your monitor is not running in its native resolution, so there is notification to change your display resolution, then you have to check driver for your video card. Upgrade the driver fot your video card. Where will be the setting to change to 1440 x 900.

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You need to set the screen resolution or refresh rate of your windows. I am assuming you have XP.
PLEASE READ THE WHOLE OF THIS FIRST, BECAUSE YOU MAY WISH TO DO THE BIT AT THE BOTTOM FIRST, LABELLED 'IF ALL ELSE FAILS'


Start your computer in safe mode (press F8 persistently at boot up)
Select safe mode
  • In windows, right click on a blank area of the desktop.
Left click on properties
Left click on the settings tab
Move the screen resolution slider fully over to the left.
Apply, and OK.
Restart your PC normally now.
If you get into windows OK you can repeat the above procedure from the bullet point above, but this time move the slider to a screen resolution that suits you.

If this doesnt solve the problem it may be the refresh rate, if so, when you get to the line where you click on the settings tab, then click on advanced. Select Adapter or Monitor and reduce the refresh rate to 60 or 70 hz. Apply and restart.

IF ALL ELSE FAILS

If you are STILL struggling, put your old monitor back on, set the screen resolution to 640x480 and 60hz as per the above instruction in normal (not safe) mode. Then shut the PC down and re-attach your new monitor. The reset the screen resolution back up.

Good Luck

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Hello there!

It's fortunately quite easy to adjust the resolution your MacBook Pro sends over to your external display.  Try this:
  1. Click the blue Apple icon, at the top-left of your display (while connected to your 23" external monitor).
  2. Click on "System Preferences".
  3. Click on "Displays" in the "Hardware" row.
  4. A display preferences window should now open on each display... one on your laptop, and one on the 23".
  5. In the "Display" tab of this preference window, specifically the one located on your 23" display, should be a list of resolutions available.  Scroll down and select the highest resolution, which for a 23" should be 1920x1200.
This should adjust your resolution to the maximum.  To make these settings easier to get to in the future, check the box in the display preferences labeled "Show displays in menu bar".  You'll see a small icon, meant to look like a display, appear in your menu bar.  Going forward, you can click on this to set/change resolution settings without going through all the above steps.

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