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Windows 7: Windows 7x64 and LCD TV?

28 May 2011   #1

Windows 7x64 and LCD TV?

Windows 7x64 and LCD TV? whats wrong with these drivers?

In safe mode, the LCD TV recognises the 1024x 768, but wheni run full windows it runs all the diagnositics on startup and gives me the UNSUPPORTED msg when the logon screen comes up...

what is going on here?

PS> used both VGA with DVI adaptor, and now the HDMI-DVI

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29 May 2011   #2


it sounds like it's the out of range message, the resolution may be wrong in windows for that screen.

pressing f8 on startup when you get the list select vga mode, when in windows lower the resolution to something simple like 1024 x768 and reboot.

if that doesn't work..try a different screen and see if it does the same.
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30 May 2011   #3


its the nvidia geforce drivers, keep switching to 62hz when its supposed to be 60hz. works with the windows 7 drivers, and manually change the refresh rate for the LCD TV

but when i use the ndvidia drivers 275 changing the refresh rate wont help...How do i report this to nvidia?
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