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Native Resolution

Hello everyone out there!
I am planning to upgrade to a 19 inches LCD WIDE screen monitor with a resolution of 1440 x 900 with an aspect ratio of 16 x 10.

The max native resolution of my pc is only 1024 x 768. How should i make my pc compatible?

Also I have narrowed down to two brands- Viewsonic and Samsung.Any suggestions ??

Waiting for your valuable advise..............

Karan

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I've fixed this too many times.

In reply to: Native Resolution

I install the monitor's .INF file or it's driver. Sometimes but less often I install the video card's newest driver.

Your post told nothing about you doing this.

Bob

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Native Resolution

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Thanks for your reply Bob!
I do not use any seperate video card. I believe the on-board components on the intel chipset 845 Motherboard are doing the job presently.
Do I need to install a seperate Video card ?? Which one is suggested ?
Karan

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I don't and didn't suggest this.

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I noted how I've resolved this without installing a new card.

Bob

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