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Samsung Monitor resolution reset to 800x600

I have a Samsung SyncMaster 225MW Monitor connected to an HP Slimline Desktop PC running Windows Vista Home Edition. The recommended max resolution for this monitor is 1680x1050. After each re-start or user account change, the resolution is reset to either 800x600 or something in between that and the max. resolution. Randomly and after quite a bit of monitor flickering. System tells me I am using an ATI Radeon HD2400 graphics card and I am using ATI Catalyst Control Center SW for the settings. Any idea how to fix this annoying reset of the monitor resolution?
Thanks for your support :-)

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  • Marcel Nussbaum Mar 12, 2008

    Thanks chrisson, I tried that, unfortunately without any success.

    I might have to wait for a 1.1 version of the Samsung driver for Vista.

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I think you have problem with your graphics card. restart your computer and then before starting to windows press F8 to set your settings to safe mood, after booting up to windows restart the system again.if the problem persist reinstall the software drive of your graphics card if you have it.

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