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My computer, running XP, only allows up to 1280x768 resolution for the monitor. I have just purchased a new monitor for which the recommended is 1600 x 900. How can I fix this.

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Your computer vga has maxmim resolution support is 1280X768 your vga not support 1600 X 900 resolution if u wanna solve this problem u have to buy new graphic card PCI express graphics card can support it

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You will need to install video drivers to fix the resolution. (click here for drivers)

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How do I get my LCD monitor to display my computer correctly


This happens when you're trying to run the laptop screen and the TV at the same time. It's caused because the laptop screen and the TV are different resolutions. Very few laptops can run two different screen resolutions at the same time.

The TC-L32X1 supports a fixed range of resolutions. These are listed on page 24 of the user manual http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/TC-L32X1?t=manuals&support#tabs The resolutions are [4:3] 640x480 and 1024x768, and [16:9] 800x480, 1280x768, 1366x768. I would recommend either 1366 x 768 or 1280x768.

What you do next is set the laptop so that it runs the TV only. It's slightly different between brands, but they all use a combination of the "Fn" key and maybe F4, or F5 or F8 or one of the function keys that has the monitor symbol. Press the Fn and the appropriate function key at the same time. The displays will cycle: laptop only -> laptop + TV -> TV only -> laptop only.

Once just the TV is getting a picture, you can use the laptop's graphics tab to change the resolution if the laptop hasn't already done this for you. This does vary depending on the operating system and the video card software. Try right clicking on the background image on the desktop and see if there's a short cut to the Graphics Properties.

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The Video card fitted in the computer may have different resolutions.They may not match with the resolutions suggested by the monitor manuel. So you get the closest resolution. Also the number you have mentioned is: 1025x768. Is it a typo error? It is probably 1024x768.
I don't think it should be taken as aproblem.
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