Question about BenQ Computers & Internet
We set up a system with Windows XP, updated to service pack 2, but we have no choice of the 1366 x 768 pixels resolution. I believe we are offered 1024 x 720
In the advanced display settings, there is no drop-down choice of monitor.
It is worse in the Linux Mint live cd, where we are limited to 800 x 600
Have you made sure your video driver is up to date? XP also has SP3 now too so you should download and install it.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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In XP right-click on desktop, select 'Properties', Click the
'Settings' tab (last tab on top), and click 'OK' button.
In Win 7, Right-click on screen and select 'Screen Resolution'.
Click 'OK' button.
(Ignore any warnings)
Restart the computer.
Set the screen resolution again to a reasonable setting.
- Be careful! If you set it too high (if the monitor does not support the resolution you select), again the screen might disappear! (Sometimes this happen automatically after installing a game)
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