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- John Henry
December 5, 2008, 5:40 pm
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On both my desktop (Win98)
and on my Pavillion 4000 laptop (WinXP),
I set the monitor to 1024x768,
and I set the Video to 2048x1536 at 16 bit.
The result is a 1024 working area that panns over about
four screen areas when the mouse touches the edge limits.
for me, it's really, really convient to have that
much desktop,because I use CAD.
Enter the new laptop: HP dv2910us
with Intel 3100 Graphics and Vista at 1280x800 for the monitor.
Unfortunatly, I'm at a loss to set the Video as I'm accustomed.
(Gosh this new equipment is so slick and shiney!)
But- Would anyone think this screen-trick is possible?
Re: Any Software for -Panning,or virtual screen with LCD Lappie?
There should be an Intel video driver application that sits in the
system tray. There you should be able to do what you want to do. do
this all of the time. And I think once you activate it through the Intel
application, you can also set this through Windows Display properties.
But I don't think you can before using the Intel application.
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