A blue box keeps coming up on my Viewsonic VX2235wm LCD monitor telling me that for best results use a resolution of 1650X1050. I have already used Control Panel on Windows Vista to make this setting. How can I turn off this reminder?
To turn off the reminder, use the buttons on the front of the monitor to do the following:-
Use down arrow to highlight Setup Menu and press #2.
Use down arrow to highlight Resolution Notice and press #2.
Select Disable and Exit.
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Well your LCD supports 1680x1050 resolution. You have to check the video/ graphics card of your PC, if it supports the same resolution or not. Let me know the model no. and your motherboard details for a better assistance.
I do not know who tell you to adjust the monitor to xx DPI. First of all, you do not adjust the resolution at the monitor, the resolution adjustment is done at the PC video setting, your monitor has native resolution of 1680 x 1050 with refresh rate set to 60Hz. DPI spec is usually for printer resolution capability.
Start the computer with the monitor attached. It should discover a plug and play monitor and adjust the resolution to a setting that your monitor accepts. If it doesn't, boot the computer with your old monitor, go to screen preferences, choose advanced, monitor, and change the monitor type (driver) to Plug and Play monitor. Now do what I suggested above.
Your windows video settings are for a monitor that has more capability (eg more pixels/finer resolution, higher refresh rate, more colour bits than the current screen can handle so it's spit the dummy.
Run your computer in safe mode (I believe that uses basic video driver) and set the video display options to a very low level, then re-start your computer again in normal mode, and set the options to the native resolution, refresh rate etc of the monitor. These should be listed in the specs that would come in the box with it (may be resolution: 1,680x1,050)
check did you insert external display card or using internal if not inserted then internal display card will not support above 600x800 if you want to work with high resolution then insert AGP card and reinstall drivers there are 4 type cards 1x,2x,4xand 8x you use 8x AGP card then select high resolution also you can look best movie and good support to 3D games
1. It could be limitation of your video card. Older cards would not support high resolution for LCD monitors.
2. Be sure to use DVI(digital) output from your video card. You will not get a good resolution with VGA(analog)
3. When installing driver for a monitor sometimes you will get a chose to install analog(VGA) or digital(DVI) driver. Choose the correct driver.