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SOURCE: 1440x900 resolution required

check and make sure that you are using the Intel drivers and not the default windows xp drivers. The default drivers are very limited and only offer a few different resolutions to choose from.

Posted on Nov 20, 2007

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SOURCE: Monitor won't display resolution properly after Windows Update

I was having the same problem. Believe it or not I fixed it by unplugging the monitor, and when I restarted my PC I again had the 1440 × 900 option.

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Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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You will find your Graphics card driver here: http://www.nodevice.com/driver/Radeon_7000/get34927.html
Am not sure that you can achieve your desired resolution of 1440x900 though?

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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SOURCE: VIA Chrome9 HC IGP vs Samsung 940BW Plus (1440x900)

Assuming you're using the latest drivers from here , the next step would be to ask MSI for a bios upgrade that supports the higher resolution.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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SOURCE: resolution problem on LCD

Are you saying that when you try to change the resolution it does not display 1440x900?

I would suggest downloading the drivers for the monitor as well as the latest drivers for your graphics card.

I'm guessing you used a different graphics card before now - use ATI's driver uninstaller to remove the current driver and any other drivers before installing the latest driver from ATI. They have a program made to remove their drivers that you're supposed to use every time you change cards or update a driver. Shouldn't be hard to find.

If that doesn't work, come back and we'll try the next thing.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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I have installed viewsonic va1716w monitor using windows xp. I am unable to set its resolution to 1440X900. from display properties it going from 1024X768 to 1280X1024


It is possible that the video driver cannot support 1440X900 resolution.
Try installing the latest video driver and then try the higher screen resolution.

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According to LG's webpage on that particular L177 series of monitors, its maximum resolution is 1440x900. Hence, you can have max resolution of 1440x900, which is off course the best available with this LCD.
For more info you can visit manufacturer's Link
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If you have one of those older CRT monitors you should be able to resize the image. Some LCDs have screen shifting tools too. Try doing a full restart, too. (shutting your computer down, waiting 1 or 2 minutes, then starting it up again.)

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Monitor resolution


Hello,

What do you mean that you were unable to get the native resolution of 1440x900? Are you saying that the resolution varries?

Since you mentioned that the mother board supports 1440x900, try to set the monitor resolution to that same resolution and then restart the computer.

If you will get the same problem, you have to make sure that the video card supports 1440x900 resolution.

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Try changing the resolution to 1440x900. This is the ideal resolution for this monitor.
To change the resolution:
Right click on an empty space on your Windows desktop.
Choose Properties (XP) or Personalize (Vista)
Choose the Settings tab (XP) or Display Settings (Vista).
Slide the resolution slider to 1440x900, then click apply.
If asked whether you want to keep this setting, choose yes/ok.

Note: Not all video cards support this resolution. Updating your video card's (not monitor's) driver may add it.

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Matrox AGP 450 dual vga troubleshoot A performing Video Card of this series worked well until Christmas Week (Dec24+ 2012). Have noted that this is the same date as an issued Matrox BIOS & Drivers update of the same coordinated magnitude. That Matrox update is designed to mesh with Windows Security pertinent to the newer WIndows 7 & * OS series; and appropriate video cards. The problem is that my PC won't activate a second monitor anymore but shows the port with that Matrox 450 dual VGA card. When cables & VGA ports are switched the activation issue is the same. If it is not cloning, then it is only activating a single monitor as default. I believe that this is due to the minimum resolution capacities expected with the Windows 8 security updates which Matrox met with its update to meet. My OS is Windows XP Pro Service 3 and previously had no problem. Only a cloning became possible and that was using the Matrox PowerSpace/Desk. The second monitor which I used as an independent with the dual monitor Matrox card is an Insignia Digital TV with a VGA PC monitor capacity. It is the series before MAC's were assigned to such units, and has a resolution capacity of 1200-1600 which may fall below the design (but not necessarily the security threshholds of the latest Matrox update/Windows update. FYI Matrox is not manufacturing the VideoCard with dual VGA ports anymore, and the newer series combine a VGA and a DVI pairing. If not otherwise resoluble, will have to resort to a new card or the external USB approach. Trying a roll back of the Matrox BIOS & drivers to circa 2008 did not resolve the issue.

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