Re: Model HF199H LCD. The native resolution capability is 1440x900, I can only get 1280x1024 to work from my display settings (VGA) (??) Will a different driver allow using full native resolution or does that require a new video card or ???
I have the same problem. i downloaded a generic driver that allows 1600 X 900 resolution. this is better..things are taller rather than wider (with the 1280X1024 resolution). i dont understand why there isnt a 1440X900 driver available for XP systems.
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No, the manufacturer is the one to contact on what resolution is best for your project. Most monitor are already set for best resolution for photos and movie view and also media editing so you should be OK if your monitor is a recent model at 16500X780 or it says that is 1080p or 1080 i then you should have no issue with the color setting. You can go to the control panel and set the display settings for hue, color , contrast and brightness if your Monitor has a graphical user interface for it. Check your user manual for color adjustment for your monitor and also the video card that is install in the PC. The "control panel will have the display setting for "true, and High color resolution.
The monitor does not care what operating sytem the PC is running on, but it does care that the video signal from the PC does not exceed its maximum resolution. You should set the PC resolution to be the native resolution of the monitor with refreshing rate set to 60Hz.
Changing the resolution on the screen is the job of the graphics card on the computer. Either run windows update or visit the card manufacturer support site and search for an appropriate driver or software package. ATI and Nvidia both have "control panel" add-ins that will come up when you right click on the display. scroll down to the control panel and all your settings will be there.
Try Control Panel - Appearance or Display- You can change how your 2nd display looks there.. Sounds like you have it set in Clone mode...(both displays show the same things)...See if you can reset the 2nd display resolution while keeping the laptop in its normal resolution. Not all machines can do this...but most recent ones should be able to.
Thanks for the comment regarding what type of computer equipment that you have. The integrated video card that you are using definitely is not designed for the widescreen monitors and will not work properly with the widescreen (as you have noticed). The solutions that you can use would be to get a non-widescreen standard monitor or install a new video card that has widescreen capability.