Vista doesn't present 1440x900 Res anymore

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Or Tsemah, Nov 18, 2006.

  1. Or Tsemah

    Or Tsemah Guest

    I have a Xerox XM7 19" LCD Screen (Wide, 1440x900 Native)
    On RC2 and RC1 Vista adjusted itself Automatically to that Res, But not in
    RTM!
    It only gives me about 1280x1024 (I think). Installing Adapter\Monitor
    Drivers didn't help.

    I've read about people having this resolution problem in these forum but
    strangly, i didn't had this problem until RTM, does anyone knows how to solve
    it ?

    Or.
     
    Or Tsemah, Nov 18, 2006
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  2. Or Tsemah

    DCR Guest

    nVidia chipset based card?

    It is a known issue that the latest nVidia drivers do not support this resolution.
    You can wait for newer nVidia drivers (I believe that someone posted that they would be available
    later this month or so).
    There is also a free program on EVGA's web site that will enable you to get this resolution, I
    think).
    And there is a program called Power Strip, or somesuch, that will enable this resolution.


    |I have a Xerox XM7 19" LCD Screen (Wide, 1440x900 Native)
    | On RC2 and RC1 Vista adjusted itself Automatically to that Res, But not in
    | RTM!
    | It only gives me about 1280x1024 (I think). Installing Adapter\Monitor
    | Drivers didn't help.
    |
    | I've read about people having this resolution problem in these forum but
    | strangly, i didn't had this problem until RTM, does anyone knows how to solve
    | it ?
    |
    | Or.
     
    DCR, Nov 18, 2006
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    Qwiit Guest

    Same kinda issue with rtm Vista & 96.85 driver

    nvidia 7900GT with 2x19" ws monitors - acer 1916ws & samsung940mw

    acer runs at 1440x900 np, samsung won't

    so its just some monitors that are affected by this bug.
     
    Qwiit, Nov 18, 2006
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  4. Or Tsemah

    Gene Fitz Guest

    I am running the 7600GS with the updated RC2 drivers, and Acer AL1916W at
    1400 X 900
     
    Gene Fitz, Nov 19, 2006
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