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    I'm sure - in "personalize options (advanced)" plug and play monitor has been
    replaced by "LG ez T710BH"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

    Cal Bear '66 Guest

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

    I Bleed Blue and Gold
    Cal Bear '66, Sep 24, 2007
  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
  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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  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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