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Should I check interlaced? The INF file 3: I then installed the monitor drivers and went back to display properties and the new resolution was listed. I selected this it prompted for a reboot but I cancelled and all was well.
If there is some application which cut desktop to smaller size then it can solve my problem. If it doesn’t work, there are other csutom. Archibael would probably knowfor sure if he’s around. Your LCD claims it can do x This should be possible. I tried using DTDCalc but it doesn’t help me. Where does the drop down get it’s list from: Add modes or timings based on the detailed timing information of the display device.
I imaging this is due to the GM not outputting interlaced? The video driver itself.
In a word, yes. If you do not see it there, the next place to look is under the Monitor tab, make sure that the option Hide modes that this monitor cannot display is unchecked. If you require a response, contact support.
Custom Resolutions and Modes for Intel® Graphics Drivers
Do you have any idea what I did wrong? Dear Archibael, The problem is that my lcd has native resolution x You can conceivably get this done with the IEGD drivers if you have the aforementioned information, though I don’t know if you lose any functionality with the IEGDs as opposed to the normal downloads. Any help in setting up the DTD calculator or other solutions which can solve my problem would be greatly appreciated. All the best to you! Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links.
Page 40 of I am talking about that, yes – I’ve looked through everything on the Intel graphics properties. Can you or some other guru create a working 8265g for my chipset? Refer to following site:.
Support for Graphics Drivers for Intel® G Graphics and Memory
If that was bold, I would have noticed it sooner. So to reiterate the hardware is: If not, can you at least find a Linux Modeline for your monitor for x? Show all Show less. The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site.