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LG Monitor resolution optimum

MY Monitor is a LG W2252TOT made in 2008

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SOURCE: not optimum resolution message

buy another monitor

Posted on May 26, 2008

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SOURCE: have a problem with resolutions

sinc ok vga cebul conacting no display

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: computer monitor said not optimum resolution

Boot into safe more (F8), choose "enable VGA mode", should reset the resolution, if not, Safe mode, right click on desktop, properties / settings/ reset to a lower mode (say 800x 600) reboot and reconfigure in display settings in normal mode. You may have to reset the refresh rate (but unlikely)

For XP!

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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SOURCE: mistakenly change resolution...monitor now stuck

ok just restart your computer and press f8 f8 immedeatly after power on and feep pressing f8 f8 untill safe mode menu will appear. then highlight on enable vga mode and press enter then you can see the picture

Posted on Jun 22, 2010

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SOURCE: resolution problem

reset your computer and press F8 F8 immedeatly and keep pressing untill menu appears .then highlight on enable vga mode and press enter your problem will be solved thenk you

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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Hello, My winXP cannot recognize monitor Asus VH232T - windows suggests 4:3 resolutions only. Can you please advise where can I download the monitor driver? Video card is ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Thank...


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Monitors do not generally require drivers. The .inf drivers to run almost all monitors are already in Windows.

The problem here is in the settings of the graphics card.

Many users aim for Maximum resolution, when what they should aim for is Optimum resolution, balancing the RAM, CPU, GPU, GRAM and Monitor''s resources in the most efficient and effective way.

Keeping the relevant software updated also has an impact on graphics performance (grpahics Card Drivers, Java, Flash, DirectX, Video Codecs, etc.)

If the video resolution is set too high (or too low), beyond the graphics capabilities of the monitor, on reboot, the monitor will be unable to resolve the image.

The simplest solution would be to use a different monitor to adjust the video resolution, shut down then test the preferred monitor again.

Right Click on desktop>Properties>Settings then use the slider scale to adjust resolution, then Apply, Yes on the optimum setting, them OK.

Find the optimum setting in XP with your graphics card for this monitor and you should be fine.

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Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW Monitor "Not


The "native" resolution of the monitor is the "optimal" resolution -- it looks best to use this resolution.

So, right-mouse click anywhere on your Windows desktop "wallpaper".
Click Properties.
Click Settings.
Move the "Screen Resolution" slider to the recommended settings.
Click Apply.
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It is complaining because your PC video resolution is not set to the monitor native resolution, which is 1280 x 1024 @60Hz. Try setting your PC resolution.

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After 5 years with no problems, my Samsung SyncMaster 915N monitor is blank with the exception of an error message that says something about needing optimum resolution. At first we thought it might be the...


The optimum resolution for this monitor is 1280x1,024 @60Hz.
The resolution setting is done at the PC not at the monitor.
After 5 years, more likely components failure will be the filter caps in the power supply section, that will be the first thing to look for inside. You can see failed SAMSUNG monitors here:
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You need to adjust the Display screen resolution.

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change windows resolution and refresh rate to 1024 X768 and 60 Hz.
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Regarding L1515S 15" LCD Monitor Resolution


Hello mallik, The LCD monitor is actually a active matrix of small transistors (3 for each pixel). They have one native resolution, a FIXED one for example you monitor has 1024 x 768 pixels. This results in 786432 pixels displayed on the screen. Because each pixel is controlled by 3 transistors there will be 2359296 transistors controlling your entire screen. This is a fix number. You can't raise the resolution to 1280 x 1024 because this will require as you can see now... a lot more transistors on the same surface. All you can do is to lower the resolution, in this case 4 pixels (12 transistors) form a larger pixel acording to that lower resolution. The image can look blurry in these situations. THe bottom ideea is that a LCD pannel (more corectly said, TFT (thin transistor film) pannel, has one optimum resolution, it's native one. The higher the better, when choosing one to buy, but you can't raise the resolution over that. You can just lower it. It works different then the normal conventional CRT monitors. Sorry for my bad english as I live in a non english-speaking country. Also if you have anymore questions please post a comment.

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