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QVGA video driver for Windows XP

I have a Single Board Computer ECM-3512 from Avalue that has a TFT LCD connector for display. I also have a 4.3" QVGA display from NEC. The Windows XP I intalled in the SBC have base Video of VGA. How I should do if I want the SBC drives QVGA display ?
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    Rory Biggs May 11, 2010

    Have U checked with the manufacter for XP drivers?

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Hello,

Go to this location and select the XP driver. Once installed your should get xga resolution.

NOTE: You will have to sign in and or register first to download the drivers.

If you need additional assistance please comment back to me and I've be glad to help you.

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Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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