unable to change screen resolution

  dlguk 16:49 10 Apr 09

I have just bought a new monitor (Iiyama E2207) which boasts support for up to 1680x 1050. While I don’t have to go that far I would like to be able to get a little higher than my current 1024x768. I tried the usual route, i.e. display properties and discovered that I cant even reduce it, any ideas.
Thank you

  octal 17:50 10 Apr 09

Did it come with a CD? If it did then you might find the driver on there for the monitor.

  Diemmess 17:58 10 Apr 09

My view of your problem is your graphics card cannot do better.
Not the monitor at fault at all.

  ambra4 18:00 10 Apr 09

A 22” Widescreen normally use a “1680 x 1050” screen resolution to get a normal looking

display picture

Using a “1024x768” setting; will stretch the picture and make the display picture distorted and

every thing will look fat

To change the screen resolution – Right click on desktop – Properties – click Setting Tab

If you cannot change the screen resolution to 1680 x 1050 – click Advanced Button –

Adapter Tab – click “List all Mode Button” and see if “1680 x 1050 True Colour (32Bit) @ 60

Hertz is listed

If not listed check if there is an upgrade driver for the display card

  dlguk 19:47 10 Apr 09

Ty ambra4

I tried that and 1600x1200 is available so I clicked on it ‘apply’ ‘ok’. Then checked me resolution.. still the same. I have reinstalled from my resource disc the adapter driver, still nothing.

  ambra4 04:21 11 Apr 09

You need to change the display card to one that will allow 1680 x 1050 screen resolution

  dlguk 17:05 11 Apr 09

thanks all, tried it on my other pc, it has newer card, no probs,

thanks again

  ambra4 17:37 11 Apr 09

Glad to hear all sorted


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