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Hallo again, lol
Does anybody know how I can get 1650x1080 to work in the Final version of Vista? 1650x1080 is the native res of my new monitor, and for the life of me I can't get it to select in the Display control panel. I'm ready to
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Try installing video drivers. When I installed vista it was already in 1680X1050 and I didn't even have to set it.
 

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Try installing video drivers. When I installed vista it was already in 1680X1050 and I didn't even have to set it.

I did. I used the latest NVidia ones...97.35
 

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Hmmmm.... I know at school I wrote a BAT file that will change your resolution because the computers at school use Deepfreeze which locks you out of settings like resolution and all that stuff.

Its pretty simple stuff to do, I can't exactly help you with it right now because i'm not at home
. Google it should come up easily!
 

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you may also want to go to the monitors website and DL those drivers. . . changed some of the settings on my GF's sony display, maybe it's vista's "plug and play" support . . anyways couldnt hurt . . .
 

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you may also want to go to the monitors website and DL those drivers. . . changed some of the settings on my GF's sony display, maybe it's vista's "plug and play" support . . anyways couldnt hurt . . .

Did that too
 
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