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Xerox XA7 19" 1028x1024 resolution not possible with Nvidia Vista drivers for 8800gs

Though I kind of doubt there is a solution at present, on buying a new PC with Vista was frustrated to find that my monitor was unable to operate at full resolution, no 1028x1024 resolution appears as an option. I have the latest Nvidia driver, and on Nvidia forums others are complaining of the same problem. So far I haven't heard of anyone being able to find a work around. Do you think the problem will be fixed eventually by Nvidia and Xerox? Any idea how long this might take? Anything users can do to make their case known? And basically, should I just throw in the towell, sell my monitor, and buy a different brand that works with Vista and Nvidia? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I knew I'd have compatibilty issues with Vista, but a monitor, give me a break.... Thanks

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  • Thanks Babb for trying to help. I've got the latest Xerox driver, and the latest Nvidia driver for my brand new PC with an e6600,2gb ram, a 8800gts and Vista. For some reason the highest resolution listed on the PC display control panel (and the Nvidia control panel)is only 1024 x 768, not 1280 x 1024 which is the display's normal resolution, and which is available with Nvidia driver's and XP. I had hoped to figure out some work around but I've combed the net and nothing, everyone with a XA7 19i monitor is stuck in the same situation. Looks like I'm going to have to wait till Nvidia gets their act together. You'd think Xerox would be up in arms, but when I emailed them all they said was it was a graphics driver fault and had nothing to do with them.



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Well, if you say you have the latest drivers availble from NVIDIA, have you tried updating the driver for the monitor itself? (the device is in device manager under Monitors i believe) Well aside from that you'll just might have to wait for an updated video card driver! Another question, what is the max resolution that is available on your pc? regards, babb

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