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Windows 7: HDTV VGA issues?! Please help!

19 Aug 2009   #11

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I just thought i would update this as i have tried just simply changing my resolution to 1920 x 1080 from 1600 x 1200, and its now saying 'Mode Not Supported'.

I have never had this problem before through HDMI, i can usually run 1080p but as i said in my previous post it looks weird.



P.S - I tried forcing 60hz as well and it didnt want to know.

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 HDTV VGA issues?! Please help!

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