60Hz on CRT

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Takeya, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. Takeya

    Takeya Guest

    I tried to search for solution, but i couldn't find any...

    Well - I brough new computer - without monitor (i don't like LCD's), because
    mine old was fine.
    I plug monitor cable in graphic card, installed Vista Home Premium (64 bit)
    and drivers... And there is the problem - everything is fine except...
    refresh rate on resolution 1280x960 - it is only 60Hz (on xp was 72, on linux
    70). I tried install newest graphic drivers, monitor drivers, some programs
    to "force refresh rate" and update no. KB932406 for 64bit. And still there is
    that f***in' 60Hz... I have no idea, what could be the problem...
    Mine PC: C2D E6550, radeon x1950pro, asus p5k se, seagate barracuda 7
    (sataII), LG flatron ez T710BH
     
    Takeya, Sep 24, 2007
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    U Asar Guest

    are you sure you have properly installed the monitor drivers? and your
    monitor name showing up?
     
    U Asar, Sep 24, 2007
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  3. Takeya

    Takeya Guest

    I'm sure - in "personalize options (advanced)" plug and play monitor has been
    replaced by "LG ez T710BH"
     
    Takeya, Sep 24, 2007
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  4. Takeya

    Cal Bear '66 Guest

    Anything more appropriate when you press the "List All Modes" button in that
    window?


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    Cal Bear '66, Sep 24, 2007
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  5. Takeya

    Takeya Guest

    1Well - it's kinda strange. All possibilities for 1280x960:
    256 colors - 60 Hz
    high color - 60 Hz
    true color - 60 Hz

    75 Hz starts from 1280x800 (and less) - but it's not panoramic monitor, so
    it's look strange... I'm working now on 1152x864 (75Hz), but it's a little
    too small to work with graphic (gimp etc).

    Sorry for my english - I'm not pretty good.
    I have hope you can clearly understand me.
     
    Takeya, Sep 24, 2007
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  6. well you got your answer the video drivers for vistado not support more than
    60hz right now, you'll have to either reduce resolution or wait a while to
    see if it comes out

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    jonathan perreault, Sep 24, 2007
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  7. Takeya

    Takeya Guest

    Well, if on this moment there is not solution, I'll wait...

    Thanks for all answers
     
    Takeya, Sep 25, 2007
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