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- martin lynch
January 14, 2009, 12:57 am
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card. Apparently it's an S3 Twister K.
I hooked it up to a widescreen LCD that is capable of 1366x768
resolution. However, when I run the monitor, my computer's setting
will only go to 1024x768 at best. I installed the drivers for the
LCD, to no avail.
Could it be that my graphics card is not capable of 1366x768, or
should all resolutions be possible as long as I have a driver for the
Re: Problem with resolution
Your integrated video driver determines what resolutions it
will support, though there might also be a hardware limit to
how high it can support, and another limit how high it can
support in full 24 or 32bit color mode so try it at 8 or 16
bit in addition to getting the newest driver you can find
from both the laptop manufacturer and chipset manufacturer.
I was going to suggest S3's website for the latter but their
seems to suggest getting the ProSavageKN133/TwisterK
integrated graphics driver from Via's 'site:
It may not support the resolution you need either, but it
seems the best chance you have. Perhaps Powerstrip can do
this if the driver can't.
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