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Monitor Resolution I bought a Dell monitor that recommends a resolution of 1440 x 900. I can't set my resolution greater than about 1200. I am using a NVidia GeForce FX 5200 graphics card. I think I am using an analog connection. I have a DVI cable, but I am not using it. Can you help?Don

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Have you tried the newest drivers for your card?

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My laptop screen resolution is already set to 1200 *600 and windows 8 does not support in that screen resolution they want to 1200 *768 what can i do


  1. Open Screen Resolution by swiping in from the right edge of the screen, tapping Search (or if you're using a mouse, pointing to the upper-right corner of the screen, moving the mouse pointer down, and then clicking Search), entering Display in the search box, tapping or clicking Settings, and then tapping or clicking Display.

  2. Tap or click Adjust resolution.

  3. Tap or click the Resolution list and find the resolution marked (Recommended). This is your monitor's native resolution-usually the highest resolution your monitor can support.

Screen Resolution in Control Panel shows the recommended resolution for your monitor.

Monitors can support resolutions that are lower than their native resolutions, but text won't look as sharp and the display might be small, centered on the screen, edged with black, or stretched.

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Dell E177FPB monitor has ghost images "bleeding"


I had dual monitor with color bleed to the right. The solution was
1) identify optimal resolution for both monitors ( Dell 198wfp @ 1400 x 900) and (Laptop @ 1200 x 800) 2) check colour setting (32 bit or 16 bit) 3) reduce colour setting down to 16 bit) 4) Check performance 5) reduce screen resolution 6) check 7) cycle between screen color and screen resolution 8) if no luck, check updating the drivers for graphic card 9) if no luck, check updating monitor drivers 10) if no luck, check altering memory set aside for graphics (onboard memory for example or off-graphics-chip-on-RAM-memory) 11) Monitor checking software is very helpful : try "http://majorgeeks.com/download.php?id=22" for the Nokia Monitor Test (a CRT tester) or any other freeware/shareware testing program such as passmark's products etc.,
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We understand that your problem is: Dell Inspiron 570 with monitor(?) issues. Start the computer, get to log in, the screen goes gray, then blue with wording and shuts down. In safe mode, many times it...


Your monitor does not support the resolution of 1900x1080. The ideal resolution for your monitor is 1024x768. To change the refresh rate(hz setting). Open display properties\If you are using Windows XP click on settings ->Advanced-> Click on monitor and click on the refresh rate drop down list and choose 60Hz
If you are using vista, Once the display properties window opens, click on the icon named "Display". Then click on Advanced settings-> Click monitor Tab(as shown in the images below)
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Dell inspiron 1100 bought used reinstalled xp and monitor had only 6 inch image adjusted resolution, it grew almost perfect one more adjustment now quickly shuts. down image Windows logo with start up...


You may have set the resolution/refresh higher than is possible for the laptop to produce, Try booting into safe mode (F8 on power up)
if you can, you can now reduce the resolution to the monitors default resolution.
If you have not already, pop over to the dell support site and download the right driver for your display

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Computer does not support 1920 x 1200 monitor resolution


That should be a graphics card related issue. may be, and should be the card you are using is not capable of showing that much resolution. May be you are using the built in supplied with motherboard. Please try a Driver update. If it does not work, pleasr think about installing a graphics card that is capable of showing that much resolution.

Thanks.

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Dell E196FP resolution 1600 x 1200


LCDS only have a fixed resolution (optimal) so you either need a new lcd that supports the 1600X1200 resolution or use a crt (bulky monitors)

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NEC AccuSync 120 Frequency setting


This is the maximum resolution for this monitor:
1600 x 1200 / 76 Hz

Even if you lower the resolution to the monitor, as I can see that you want to do, the maximum refresh rate is still going to be 76 Hz. If you were able to force the monitor to scan a greater field rate and its protection circuits do not shut it down, the monitor will be damaged.

Your display card is most likely limited also, unless you went out and bought a very high end card.

When using a different resolution that what the specs on the monitor indicates as its native mode, this will reduce the quality of the results displayed.

Specs for this monitor:
http://www.superwarehouse.com/NEC_AccuSync_120-BK_Black_21_CRT_Monitor/AS120-BK/ps/120193


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Right click on your desktop and choose properties. Click on the settings for your problem monitor and you should find the option to change the screen resolution.

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