|20 Jun 2013||#1|
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Native screen resolution not showing up with DVI-VGA adapter
My GTX 460 recently died so had to stick my old GTX 280 back in. This doesnt have a vga connector only dual DVI. But now my native screen res (2048x1152)isnt showing up in options. Bit wierd as I had this card connected for years with a DVI-VGA adapter b4 with no problems. I did have to go n get a new adapter, which is a cheap one I found locally. Could it be this cheap adapter?. Monitor is showing as an analogue in nvidia control panel, cant remember is this was how it reported b4. Screen is a samsung syncmaster 2343, nvivia 320.18 whql driver. Thnx in advance guys!!
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