When i connect my monitor D-SUB i have resolution 1680x1050 but when i change DVI cable i have much lowest resolution 1366x768 or something like that. I have an NVidia G7600 and have been running it via a VGA cable experienceing the problems discussed.I booted my PC having installed the cable and it came straight up in click ok m. Ken168Feb 17, 2009, 8:07 PM I just installed Win 7 beta, it set the resolution to 1680x1050 directly. http://pspdesktops.com/windows-10/screen-resolution-problem-windows-10.html
First thing you wanna do is download the nvidia driver I listed above and save it. shyam163May 15, 2009, 2:04 PM Check the EDID of your display . click update driver h. click update driver h. check my site
click ok m. The time now is 04:54. It should be 16:9. No new ones work.
Also feel free to spread the word about this is it is a huge problem that lots of people are having.Jason hey i did evrything you suggested but i cant get If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? If I choose a lower resolution like 1280x1024 it looks really bad and fuzzy. open powerstrip and go to options then monitor information b.
brwose to where ever you stored your custom made river l. I've come to the conclusion that its just a software/driver compatability problem that hasn't been fixed yet by nvidia or windows. If your problem is that Windows 7 Doesn't recognize all the resolutions your monitor offers then your FIX is a little more complicated. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/404340/the-case-of-the-missing-1680x1050-resolution-lets-settle-this-once-and-for-all-33-/ If you have any questions let me know.
monitors c. click driver tab g. I had to set the max resolution to 1680x1050 share|improve this answer answered Apr 5 '14 at 15:15 Herman 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign I found that I had to use the "Desktops and Displays" section of the ATI Catalyst Control Center software and click on the "Detect Displays" button.
Now when you computer reboots check and see if anymore resolutions are available for you. check over here What is precisely still missing in Connes' approach to RH? Whether this will solve the issue or not, I can't be 100% certain. Just download an older version of the Nvidia drivers found here...This driver workshttp://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_winvista_64bit_186.18_whql.htmlIts a Vista 64 bit driver but it will work I promise. Amd Catalyst
go to properties c. Graphic Cards 1680x1050 on old GeForceHey everybody, I went ahead and installed Win7 on an old Dell 4550. The option isn't available. his comment is here I've come to the conclusion that its just a software/driver compatability problem that hasn't been fixed yet by nvidia or windows.
That's why there are two black bars on either side when I set the monitor to its true resolution. I have noticed 1 common problem on all the posts. Next thing you wanna do is download a WORKING COPY of Powerstrip.
I have the most up-to-date drivers from NVIDIA, however this does not correct the problem. I cant change the screen resolution WINDOWS 7 Windows 7 Screen resolution changed to on it's own I cant change my screen resolution on windows 7 the box is greyed out Thank you. e.
I have connected the DVI to my Dell 24" monitor with 1900x1200 resolution and it works 100%. go to properties c. Are you using a VGA cable or a DVI cable. http://pspdesktops.com/windows-10/windows-7-dual-monitor-windows-move-when-screen-is-locked.html monitors c.
The screen resolution tool does not show all the resolution available to my screen.What I did was to go to Advanced settings (in the middle under Orientation), on the tab "Adapter" gregnashFeb 11, 2009, 11:05 PM Something in your original post begs the question. right click genericnonn pnp or your monitor if listed. Your monitor might be listed but doubtfull.