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Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 930SB limited by Vista

Hello, my name is James.

My monitor works fine with Windows XP. I can set the refresh rate to 120Hz and I run my screen resolution at 1024x768. When I go into Windows Vista, the most I can refresh at is 100 Hz and thet leaves me with black edges on the side of the screen and I can't stretch it out any further.

I've scoured the 'Net and can't seem to find any driver files for Windows Vista. I've even called NEC-Mitsubishi support and they told me they weren't going to make a Vista driver for my monitor. So now to compromise, I run Windows Vista with 85Hz, at least I get a full screen.

Please help me with my problem and thank you in advance.

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The monitor is designed for 85Hz, I assume you went to the motherboard manufacture for drivers (onboard video), and they did not have them, or were not very good. The Fix......For better video, look for a video card that has drivers for vista, and can support you monitors specs. As you were running XP before and the monitor dates to 2004, your motherboard probably has an AGP slot, although it could have PCIe slot, (you gave no info on computer setup), that you can put a Graphics Card in. ****Just a heads up,as of April 11, 2017 Microsoft has completely stopped support for vista, and program manufactures are not really supporting it either.

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Go to settings and uncheck "hide frequencies my monitor does not support." now go back and see if 120h isn't an option.

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Vista is no longer supported and was not greatly supported with drivers. First the setting you have is fine and only people doing graphics or high end gaming would notice a difference. If they are doing those they should have bought a separate graphics card. your options are:
1. get a graphics card if you want higher res.
2. upgrade your os to Win7 (although coming to end of life it's more current)
3. try using XP drivers or downgrade to XP

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I don't know about your eyesight but for me flicker at 60Hz is terrible but at 70Hz is usable and at 85Hz is perfect. I would not worry about refresh rate if you've got 85 and above.
To get the best from a screen you need the graphics card working well. XP drivers can be installed on Vista 32 bit but you will need to look up how to do that. Basically unpack the files then tell the Windows driver installer were to pick up the drivers.

If there are actual Windows Vista drivers from the graphics card maker then use them.

You may find you can buy a better card which will improve your monitor. Obviously try and get one with Vista drivers. Personally I'd skip Vista and go for Windows 7.

I am running Windows 7 on a machine with an old ATI Radeon X2400 card at 1600x1200 on a similar monitor at 85Hz. Super sharp compared to the same resolution on a different card. I just kept swapping parts until I got what I liked.

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Have you tried this one?
"Mitsubishi Electronics Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 930SB (Windows 2003, XP, 2000, NT4, ME, 98SE, 98, 95)"
http://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=642597

Posted on Apr 28, 2017

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SOURCE: Too much screen flickering @ 1024x768 (60hz)

setup your monitor driver supplied with the monitor, you will get more options. Thanks

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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SOURCE: refresh rates and resolutions

What's the question? There's no real need to go above 85Hz, I think in nvindia you have to go to an advance menu and you can force an output, google it.

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