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Xerox XA7 19" 1028x1024 resolution not possible with Nvidia Vista drivers for 8800gs

Though I kind of doubt there is a solution at present, on buying a new PC with Vista was frustrated to find that my monitor was unable to operate at full resolution, no 1028x1024 resolution appears as an option. I have the latest Nvidia driver, and on Nvidia forums others are complaining of the same problem. So far I haven't heard of anyone being able to find a work around. Do you think the problem will be fixed eventually by Nvidia and Xerox? Any idea how long this might take? Anything users can do to make their case known? And basically, should I just throw in the towell, sell my monitor, and buy a different brand that works with Vista and Nvidia? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I knew I'd have compatibilty issues with Vista, but a monitor, give me a break.... Thanks

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Re: Xerox XA7 19" 1028x1024 resolution not possible with...

Well, if you say you have the latest drivers availble from NVIDIA, have you tried updating the driver for the monitor itself? (the device is in device manager under Monitors i believe) Well aside from that you'll just might have to wait for an updated video card driver! Another question, what is the max resolution that is available on your pc? regards, babb

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Hi how do I change the resolution on my LG FLATRON W1941S to 1360 768

First of all you have to install the appropriate graphics card drivers for your system (NVIDIA, ATI, Intel) If not, then it is very likely that your computer will not detect the full range of monitor resolutions that are usable. With Windows Vista and 7, this problem itself is less of an issue. After finishing withe the VGA drivers installation, choose start - settings - control panel - screen - settings and adjust yor resolution at 1366x768. This is the native resolution for your monitor and at this setting you will get the best result.

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Same problem man

Try going to your display and use default monitor instead of your monitor.

Jul 22, 2009 | Rosewill R900J 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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Same problem screen goes dark.


Well I would have thought this to be a classic failing monitor until you said even a new monitor does the same thing. This being the case it can only be the video card or drivers for the card. Resolution is easy to change and could cause the problem if the resolution selected cannot be displayed by the monitor. At the main windows screen right click the mouse and select properties. Now click the settings tab and the resolution is on the left side. Your display should also be listed.


Jul 22, 2009 | HP Vs17 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor

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Screen goes off but the power is still on - Dell E310

I can tell you that the guy at the repair place is an IDIOT
resolution would have nothing to do with it
could be something to do with your power sittings
try the options for power saveing from the monitors menu
if thats isnt he probelem it could be hardware
Because dell lock their bios your graphics card cant be overclocked
so it probibly isnt wrong voltage either
corrupt drivers wouldn't be fixed by flicking the monitor on and off nor would a shortage of ram
could be a worm some can get past even the best anti-virus software
best bet is to take it back to the repair shop and shout at the idiot who "fixed" it

Jul 20, 2009 | Dell E173FP 17" LCD Monitor

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PC max screen resolution far below optimum of samsung widescreen 2.1" monitor. Can either be adjusted further and how? should it?

I personally doubt you have a 2.1" monitor, since I have only seen 2.1" monitors in cell phones xD. Maybe you were trying to say 21".

Second, try to be more specific. Tell us your OS, graphics card, etc so we might be able to bypass useless questions.

Now to your problem, first of all make sure your graphics card has its latest drivers, if you have ATI or Nvidia card then you should look at their website, or look at your card's manufacturer website. Then, and only then, right click on the desktop and click on preferences (personalize under Vista). Then go to display settings and once there select your resolution. The best setting is usually the biggest resolution that appears on the list, though ONLY if your card got its proper drivers. If not, you will get a bunch of *probably* incompatible resolutions. Hope that helps.

Jun 10, 2009 | Samsung T220 22" Widescreen LCD Monitor

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Bad resolution Westinghouse 22" LCD

You might have to apply one or more of the following troubleshooting steps to solve this problem:
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• Set desktop resolution on your PC to 1680 x 1050 at 60 Hz.
• Adjust Phase/Sharpness setting on the monitor
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• You may need to download and install the latest video card driver for your PC.
Listed below are websites for major video card manufacturers:

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Feb 28, 2009 | Westinghouse 22" Widescreen LCD Flat Panel...

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Resolution problem

A Chip on the monitor circut board must be reflashed. You need to send back to Planar, do an rma. They were very responive to me, sent me a replacement.

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Blank screen

is your Xerox XA7-19i monitor supplied with a fixed DVI-I Single Link cable with Windows Vista?if it has u can connect it via a VGA card which will work with the driver

As a result of this cable configuration recent Nvidia Vista drivers do not detect the monitor causing a blank display and apparent "Hang-up". (Although this is not the case, you simply cannot see what's going on!)
This is a problem that was introduced with the release of new series drivers

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Font discoloration

You may not be running native resolution for the LCD screen.
Open Display control panel and on settings tab, set Screen resolution to maximum right position.

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