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Graphic resolution problem

I have an Intel 845 GL chipset board, but I am unable to get a good resolution for a newly purchased new TFT monitor of 19" (Samsung SyncMaster 920NW) while the resolution on my previous monitor was too good, as it was showing all true colors, high colors etc option on the display monitor + setting, but was unable to show on my new monitor.

Please tell me how can I solve my problem......and mail m, so I can get rid of this problem


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  • nagesh_zp Jan 29, 2009

    I too have the same problem, It was working properly for few days and one day suddnely it has changed to BIG ponts. I have tried to set it back but no luck, I have reloaded all latest drivers and re-installed OS, but still getting the same problem my onboard graphics G33/31 intel chipset graphics media accelator driver.  Please help me

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Please install the software that comes with your new monitor. And try adjusting the correct resolution from the monitor buttons / as well as from your Windows operating sysytem to suite your monitor.

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