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ASUS GeForce 8600 GTS, Graphic... Problem

I have a dual boot WinXP & Vista Asus system. The MOB is ASUS P5K-SE S775 with an Intel E6850 with an Asus EN8600GT Magic 512MB. When I boot in Vista the monitor re-adjusts it’s self to center the Video signal and all looks good and usable. When I boot into XP it does not adjust and the image is over scanned and the start button is unseen. The resolution glitch happens at all resolution and I natively run at 1224 by 768 which is comfortable for my eyes. I have the latest drivers. The monitor can be manually adjusted to fit the image which resolves the overscan. But Vista resets the monitor automatically. Speaking of monitors I’ve tried on a Dell 22”; EMV 17”; Dell 17” and an Apple 20” display and it occurs on all of them, so it’s safe to say it the Asus Video Card. Can someone point me to a fault finding process I’ve not covered/ or why this is happening. Thanx

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    i have no driver of asus EN8600GT. How can i get a driver?

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