|17 Jun 2012||#1|
Generic Non-PnP Monitor-Not recognizing Sansui SLED2453w
So I recently aquired a Sansui SLED2453w monitor, and it ran fine for a little while, but now it's set to a resolution of 1280x1024, and is labeled as a "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". This resolution is OKAY, but it's the highest that Windows is allowing me to choose, without saying it's unsupported. I had it running on a above 1700 resolution when it worked. I've tried updating it's driver, "detecting" it, and a couple other methods.
I've, of course, unplugged it and reconnected to no avail.
Is there something I'm doing wrong? Any help is thoroughly appreciated. Thanks for your time.
Windows 7 Premium 64bit
ATI Radeon 4200 HD
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|17 Jun 2012||#2|
According to some specs I found, it is full 1080p with two HDMI connections. How are you connecting it to your GPU? According to AMD, your card supports 1080p using a HDMI cable. The only other thing is to check in the CCC and look under "Desktop Management" and see what the refresh rate is and Desktop area under basic and HDTV and see what your options are...and manually change them.
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