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My screen cuts when resolution is 1440x900. I m using Windows 7. Earlier whe i was using XP same problem was there.

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Your monitor does not support the display settings you have set in your operating system.
To change these settings go: (Windows 7)

Control Panel > Display > Screen resolution [Change to 1440x900]
then on the same screen, go to Advanced Settings > Monitor > Screen Refresh Rate [Set to 60 Hertz].

(This usually happened if you switched monitors, or used a TV, or maybe a projector).

You can use the same method to set up any resolution or refresh rate you want.

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I have installed viewsonic va1716w monitor using windows xp. I am unable to set its resolution to 1440X900. from display properties it going from 1024X768 to 1280X1024


It is possible that the video driver cannot support 1440X900 resolution.
Try installing the latest video driver and then try the higher screen resolution.

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Which is the best screen resolution for lg flatron l177wsb with a windows 7


According to LG's webpage on that particular L177 series of monitors, its maximum resolution is 1440x900. Hence, you can have max resolution of 1440x900, which is off course the best available with this LCD.
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Hi...I have an Acer monitor Model# X193wb,,,it appears that everything is magnified ...my cursor ...everything...how do i adjust the monitor to get it back to normal size again...I have tried...


Hi Alice,
from what I have found on the web: This model features a 1440x900 native resolution
I am guessing you that you or a game has changed the resolution to something other than 1440x900.
Assuming you have Windows 7: If you right click on the desktop in an empty spot ie not on a folder or icon, you should be able to see a selection called Screen Resolution, and then after that pulldown box next to the word "Resolution" that allows you to change your resolution to 1440x900. I am assuming a game has changed your resolution to something like 640x480 or something else like 800x600.
If you aren't using Windows 7 go to Start, Control Panel, Display and you should be able to change your display settings there.
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The display is not fit on the monitor help me how to fix it thanks!!! ayanblink@yahoo.com


You need to set your PC video resolution to the native resolution of this monitor, which is 1440x900 @60Hz. Mkae sure to to have correct video card driver installed and may also need the driver for this monitor if the native resolution is not listed.
Resolution adjustment:
From Microsoft: http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/display_change_screen_resolution.mspx?mfr=true

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Input Not Support


This means, that your operating system is not set to the recommended resolution of your monitor. Your monitor has a "fixed" resolution where the image will look best. You can change the solution in Windows XP if you right-click on a free space of your desktop, then choose "Properties". In the new window, that comes up, select the rightmost tab. There you can use the slider to adjust your resolution. Just try some different resolutions until the message disappears. If you use Windows Vista oder Windows 7 you can access the resolution windows by right-cliking on your desktop and selecting "Screen resolution".

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Windows XP Not displaying fully on 1440x900 resolution.


If you have one of those older CRT monitors you should be able to resize the image. Some LCDs have screen shifting tools too. Try doing a full restart, too. (shutting your computer down, waiting 1 or 2 minutes, then starting it up again.)

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1440x900 resolution required


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