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Dell 30 have a new 30" dell HD flatscreen. It is supposed to have 2560 x 1600 resolution. They also sold me a visiontek 256MB x 1300 DMS59 SFF PCI-e graphics card. I can only get the highest resolution with panning mode, which is unacceptable. Otherwise the max I can get is 1280 x 800. I spent 5 hours yesterday with dell tech support and he tried everything including uninstalling and reinstalling multiple different drivers, .NET 3.0 etc. I have a Dimension E510 running XP media edition.

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Re: dell 30

I think your graphics card does not support such a high resolution. 2560 x 1600 is a crazy resolution and 256 MB isn't gonna cut it anyways. try looking at the specifications on the graphics card box. it should say the max resolution. if you tell me the exact name of the graphics card i can figure out.

hopefully that helps

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