Question about ViewSonic Vx2439wm 23 inch LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: getting 4:3 aspect ratio
The scaller circuitry in LCD monitors are not designed to display anything in 4:3 like a 16:9 TV will do, they are designed to fill the entire width of the screen. If you select a widescreen resolution in your display properties then your pixels will be square and images will not look stretched. The optimal resolution for your screen is 1680X1050. If you find that too stretched then you can pick something like 1280X768 but the image quality will not be optimal.
There is a chance that the video card in your Dimension 8300 is not compatible with widescreen resolutions. Determine the type by looking under graphics adapters in device manager then update the driver from Dell's website if you don't get any widescreen resolution in display properties.
If any of this sounds like giberish to you then just get me the type of video card in your system and I can help you determine if you are capable of widescreen.
If by chance your computer cannot display widescreen then I can point you to which video card upgrade would work.
Posted on May 15, 2008
Do you connect all monitor wires on ... Do you got with screen or computer some MSI thing... the monitor blue wire must connect that thing then that MSI or whatever must connect to computer
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
the description you gave was the long way right click on my computer, select properties then device manager, you will be in the same place but lots faster, plug and play does not identify the monitor or its compatible display resolutions, right click on the desktop select properties then display settings, go into advanced tab and look at the monitor, and the adapter, you can play with the setting until you find one that works, 1400 x 900 may not be supported by the video card(adapter) so that may be why your loosing the video settings.
hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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