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Windows 7: Resolution issue with Mac Mini (9400) running 7MC


06 Nov 2009   #1

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Resolution issue with Mac Mini (9400) running 7MC

Got a Mac Mini with Nvidia 9400 connected to a Panasonic 720p Plasma.
Running it on 1920x1080 (I know it's more than the monitor's native res, but it really looks much better.) DVI-to-HDMI cable. (Nivida driver 191.07 downloaded 11/5/09)

7MC is virtually running all the time, full screen. When I turn the TV off and then back on the resolution of the 7MC app gets screwed.

But here's the interesting bit - the screen resolution itself stays OK. If I simply minimize the 7MC and maximize it again - everything goes back to normal. I don't have to even restart the app!

Any idea how to prevent this from happening? (aside from keeping the TV on forever )


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