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I had to install the most current driver for my video card and then it would support the resolution for widescreen. Try your video card maker's site for driver updates. Mine was an old NVIDIA Geforce 4 and it works great.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Should run normally and in my opinion doesn't even need the external driver. XP would allow several screen resolution settings and to my knowledge, this LCD is capable of max 1440x900.
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