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Windows 7: way to FORCE my system to use 1920 x 1080 x 32 @60Hz

16 Dec 2011   #11
stormy13
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

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At this point in time I'd advise against using drive sweeper, for the time being.
Reason being so I know?
Fabe
Another is that you linked to the old version, the latest is 3.2, and even it has problems (just check the Driver Sweeper forums). There are others as well, but I have explained them in other threads.


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17 Dec 2011   #12
amiga5k

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit (SP1 installed)
 
 

The monitor has two inputs: DVI and RGB. I have it connected to the video card (ATI 4850HD) via the RGB. On the video card end, I use the adapter that came with the video card which converts RGB->DVI (I'm guessing).

What leads me to think that it is a Windows Update related problem is that I had no problems with the video mode for the first full year that I had it set up this way. It wasn't until a Microsoft update about 2 or 3 months ago that I began to have problems, and only intermittently. Even through the RGB port (and adapter) the monitor is recognized correctly as a Samsung Syncmaster with the correct display capabilities, so I can't see how it could be a communication error with the monitor.

Would it be worth it to invest in a DVI to DVI cable? (The only reason I didn't up to this point is that as-is the picture quality is fantastic). Couldn't hurt I guess, eh?

Russell
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