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Constant jitter on screen

How can i get rid of the constant jitter on the screen when i set the screen resolution to the max which is recomended....i wanted to try and update the BIOS driver, but was not sure what version to download....please help.

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What is the Resolution

Refers to the sharpness and clarity of an image. The term is most often used to describe monitors, printers, and bit-mapped graphic images. In the case of dot-matrix and laser printers, the resolution indicates the number of dots per inch. For example, a 300-dpi (dots per inch) printer is one that is capable of printing 300 distinct dots in a line 1 inch long. This means it can print 90,000 dots per square inch.
For graphics monitors, the screen resolution signifies the number of dots (pixels) on the entire screen. For example, a 640-by-480 pixel screen is capable of displaying 640 distinct dots on each of 480 lines, or about 300,000 pixels. This translates into different dpi measurements depending on the size of the screen. For example, a 15-inch VGA monitor (640x480) displays about 50 dots per inch.
Printers, monitors, scanners, and other I/O devices are often classified as high resolution, medium resolution, or low resolution. The actual resolution ranges for each of these grades is constantly shifting as the technology improves.

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If you not get the proper video image in your screen that mean you have remove the driver of video, for installation the driver, put the Driver -CD in rom, and start the setup is simple set you get the driver.after installing the driver restart your PC
If you change any display setting then also you get the occur.for set the resolution go to the control panel and select the Display and go to setting tab set the ' Screen resolution" as before.

If you still not get the display then open you PC and remove the RAM and put again,and try again.

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Sep 15, 2011 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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Please help.. my monitor has no display and my don't even beep. the LED in the monitor turns back to orange after few seconds. cpu, disk drives and ram are working..

This is one of the serious problem that arises because if you set your monitor with a high resolution with high frequency, then the monitor doesn't display anything as it's frequency is out of the rang or limit of the monitor's actual resolution capacity. Each monitor will have a limit of max frequency that is said to be the Refresh rate (for each and every resolution setting the display is refreshed.) When high resolution is set with high frequency that is not supported by the monitor, it then display a message like "frequency out of range". If you press ESC key within the few seconds of this setting, it will revert back to its initial resolution. But if you continued with the setting of same High resolution with High frequency, the monitor is not going to display anything because its frequency is out of the range. Most of old monitors like CRT's etc doesn't support 1024×768 at a refresh rate greater than 60Hz.

Jun 20, 2011 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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Using Powerpoint ande showing on 47 inch tv screen - it does not cover entire screen what do I need to do to get it to do so?

I dont think it is a problem with your tv but more towards your video card. The video card can only handle a certain resolution to be projected on a screen. However, you max resolution your card puts out may not be compatible with the resolution that your tv can display. Try going into your video card settings and change the display resolution till your tv detects a compatible one. This can be found most of the time in the lower right hand corner of the screen where running programs are found.

May 12, 2011 | Motherboards

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My system is workin properly but the screen resolution is very dim it seems to be very light ..... even we can't read any thing on that. i checked my monitor with another cpu its working properly can...

Change screen resolution

Screen resolution refers to the clarity of the text and images on your screen. At higher resolutions, items appear sharper. They also appear smaller, so more items fit on the screen. At lower resolutions, fewer items fit on the screen, but they are larger and easier to see. At very low resolutions, however, images might have jagged edges.

For example, 640 × 480 is a lower screen resolution, and 1600 × 1200 is a higher one. CRT monitors generally display a resolution of 800 × 600 or 1024 × 768. LCD monitors can better support the higher resolutions. Whether you can increase your screen resolution depends on the size and capability of your monitor and the type of video card you have.

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2aca9658-0ee7-4b8d-a582-cac335550f26.pngText is larger and easier to read at low screen resolutions, but images are blocky and fewer items fit on the screen

  1. Open Display Settings by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.png, clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, clicking Personalization, and then clicking Display Settings.

  2. Under Resolution, move the slider to the resolution you want, and then click Apply.

Nov 13, 2010 | Intel D945GCCR Motherboard

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My Pc monitor is flashing Unsupported mode

Hello, possibly you've got the resolution setting in 'display properties' too high for your monitor. Point your mouse pointer to an unused part of the desktop and right-click. Scroll down to 'properties' and select 'settings' then use the on-screen slider to select a lower resolution setting. Have a look at the spec. for your monitor to see what the max. resolution is supported by it.

Oct 16, 2010 | Motherboards

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Cannot set resolution 1640x1050

To answer your question in short: If your video card and monitor drivers are installed correctly and you are able to adjust the resolution to 1640x1050 in your settings then your card and monitor are able to handle that resolution.
Remember that at higher resolutions your display card performance might become very slow.]
This is due to your BIOS shared memory being only 64Mb.
To get better performance you will have to upgrade your display card to one with more memory. ie. 256Mb. or more.
Best of luck.

Apr 22, 2009 | Biostar P4M80-M7 Motherboard

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Resolution 16-10

Your resolution is based on your video cards capabilities. If your still using the original on-board, integrated video I doubt if you'll be able to reach such resolution. Open control panel, open Display. Click the Settings Tab. You will notice Screen resolution & there is a slide bar. Sliding the bar to More will increase the resolution. You'll see what the max is for your video card. As to your LCD monitor it's max resolution is capable of reaching 1680x1050. Keep in mind the word " capable ".
If you need that kind of resoluton you'll need to find a AGP video card that can go that high.
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Jan 30, 2008 | Motherboards

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Problem with the P5VDC-MX to display 1680x1050 resolution

If you go to the FAQ section for your board you will see that the screen resolution can only go to 1600x1200 UXGA, UXGA+ res name pixal depth 8/16/32

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Dec 30, 2007 | ASUS P5VDC-MX Motherboard

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Lcd monitor resolution

Hi, if I understand you right, your LCD can display 1680 X 1050 but your PC/Video can only display a max screen resolution of 1280 X 1024 (or something like that). Right click on your desktop, go to properties, Go to the settings Tab, see how high you can bring the screen resolution (towards the right). That is the limitation of the built-in video (S3 Graphics UniChrome 2D/3D Graphics with motion compensation) of the MSI KM4AM-V (2004). If this will do for you, then you're set, if not then..... To be able to display resolution higher than that, you have to add an AGP Video card capable of the 1680 X 1050 (ATI or NVidia or your choice as long as screen res is high). Your motherboard has one AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) slot @ 1.5V 4X/8X. This will also hold if you already happen to have an AGP Video card but with relatively low screen res. Hope this be of some help to you. Pls post again how things turn up. Regards

Apr 27, 2007 | MSI KM4AM-V Motherboard

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