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Windows 7: Intel G33/G31 Express when hit correct resolution

27 Aug 2009   #1
elmo61

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Intel G33/G31 Express when hit correct resolution

I having a issue.

i have a mobo with inbuild graphic as the title says. I have also a 8800gt installed which powers my two 19inch monitors while the onboard powers my tv/lcd 19inch (all 3 are widescreens)

which all works fine but for some reason i cannot pick 1440x900 for the intel graphics display. (its fine for my monitors connected to my nvidia card)

any ideas it gives me a host of options closest being
1400x1050 just to much and
1280 x 768 being just under

any ideas?


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10 Sep 2009   #2
iseeuu

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by elmo61 View Post
I having a issue.

i have a mobo with inbuild graphic as the title says. I have also a 8800gt installed which powers my two 19inch monitors while the onboard powers my tv/lcd 19inch (all 3 are widescreens)

which all works fine but for some reason i cannot pick 1440x900 for the intel graphics display. (its fine for my monitors connected to my nvidia card)

any ideas it gives me a host of options closest being
1400x1050 just to much and
1280 x 768 being just under

any ideas?
Hello elmo61, and welcome to Windows Seven Forums. From the small amount of info you have given, I would say you will need to use the Intel graphic control panel to create a custom resolution of 1440x900 that you could use.

Hope this helps.

Robert
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