I bought this VA721 almost a year ago. I then bought and paid for a Pogo Buddy Bowler and is currently downloaded on Windows 9.0VR. In order to
make this download complete, I need change my resolution higher than 800x600. I know I can do this as a screen pop-up says I could but, It does not stay up for about 2 seconds and disapears, then by checking the menu on the monitor, it is still the same. 800x600 anything you can advise me of will be helpful. Thank You, Stan
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Not sure about the refund. Most likely would need to call iTunes about a refund. However, if you paid through Paypal, you should be able to go to your account and view the purchase and see if the refund button is available. If so, tap it and follow the instructions. Pogo needs Java to run on iPads. Either your java needsto be updated or installed.
As a test, I would suggest setting the video resolution on the computer down to 800x600 or 1024x768 and plug the bad monitor back in. You do not have to turn off the computer to swap out the video cable between monitors. If the "bad" monitor works now, then it is most likely that some how the resolution or refresh rate got set to a mode the monitor did not support. If it is working, you can start increasing the resolution to higher numbers. Most OS's will ask if the new setting is OK and if you do not click OK it will go back to the original setting.
If the "bad" monitor does not work at 800x600 or 1024x768 then as suggested in a previous post, the monitor is bad. If it is really expensive, you can try and have it fixed. In most cases it is like a toaster, you can get it fixed but will pay double or more what you could buy a new one for.
First, with your pc connected to your current monitor, change the resolution to 800x600, turn off the pc, connect it to your tv via VGA or DVI, and turn on the pc, check your tv manual, seek the highest resolution supported and configure it ON PC. If the resolution is higher than your tv supports, will be no image.
This is an SVGA projector with a max resolution of 800X600. Even though it can accept higher resolution signals, they are scaled down to 800X600 which causes degradation and artifacting of the displayed image. Obviously setting your computer's resolution to 800X600 will result in the best image the projector is capable of. Standard definition video (480i, 480p, S-Video or composite) signals should also display very well. High definition signals like 720p and 1080i get scaled down to 800X600 with the same issues as a higher resolution computer signal.
One thing that can have a dramatic impact on the quality of your display if you are using Windows XP or Vista is tuning your ClearType settings here:
Without knowing any more about your system I can only give you a couple of general ideas.
First try updating to the newest video card drivers possible.
You can try going to the drivers tab in display adapters in device manager and click update drivers.
Failing this, if your system is more than a few years old you will probably have to update to a more current video card to get the resolution that you need.
The native resolution for your screen is 1280x1024.