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Hi I am using a rca hdtv as a moniter but I

Hi I am using a rca hdtv as a moniter but I cannot ajust the resolution above 640 x 480
Is there an ati driver available that I could use

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Try this link for details, hope it helps http://www.devicemanuals.com/guide/Television/RCA-manuals.html

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