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Insignia 42" LCD resolution > 1280x1024 w/ computer source

How can I display higher resolution than 1280x1024 when my computer is the source
BTW, my brand/model is Insignia/NS-LCD42HD (not listed below)

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Salutations RandomDrone,

From reading your owners manual it appears the max resolution of the television would be 1280X1024 when using the VGA connection.

If you would like to review the manual it should be available at:
http://www.insignia-products.com/skins/skin_1/Topics/Documents/07-290%20NS-LCD42HD_WEB.pdf

Sorry, I didn't have better news.
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Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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