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- adapting resolution to non-proposed
- Pieter Coucke
March 28, 2006, 10:45 am
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I have a new laptop, with a 1920x1200 resolution (so the ratio is 1,6/1).
Although I like high resolutions, it's a little bit too small, so the next
one that my graphical card (nVIDIA GeForce Go7800GTX) proposes is 1600x1024.
But the ratio (1,5625/1) isn't the same as tha ratio of the screen (1,6/1),
so all thez characters are a tiny bit stretched, and look a but flue, which
is very distracting and gets painfull to the eyes.
I should somehow be able to force my screen to use a 1680x1050 resolution
(ratio 1,6/1), or a 1600x1000 (also exactly 1,6/1).
Is there a way to do this? Via XP? Via a driver? Some tool?
Any hints, help, links, etc woudl be really appreciated!
Thanks a lot in advance,
Re: adapting resolution to non-proposed
Cheers for that, that is *well* useful - page 146 details adding custom
resolutions which means I no longer need to hack .inf's or use Multires :)
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