PowerStrip does not seem to be able to tweak the settings for Intel G. Email Required, but never shown. If not, can you at least find a Linux Modeline for your monitor for x? PowerStrip is shareware, try before you buy. Post as a guest Name. And if I add custom resolutions they don’t show up after reboot. The display looked great and was pin sharp.
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PowerStrip does not seem to be able to tweak the settings for Intel G. Refer to following site: My current monitor is a CRT which I would like to replace with a 19 inch wide screen LCD monitor with a native resolution of x I selected this it prompted for a reboot but I cancelled and all was well. My understanding is that there are potentially three things to update:.
BIOS which may or may not have video information 2: I sthere any way to “trick” the driver to allow the selection of this resolution. Intel has stopped supporting this motherboard and therefore will not provide this information.
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William Hilsum k 16 Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment. Sign up using Email and Password. I have not purchased the monitor yet and will rely on the List All Modes window to see what resolutions are potentially available.
The INF file 3: Why wideecreen it allow me to select it temporarily? It seems people are having greater success in Linux so it seems that this is indeed a software problem.
So my questions are as follows: Thanks for your reply. The workstation has been rock solid for several years and I would want to avoid doing unneeded updates. Log in to post comments.
PowerStrip is shareware, try before you buy. In what order should I do this? Skip to main content.
Need x resolution
will the intel 82865g support 1680×1050 widescreen?
Sign wideecreen or log in Sign up using Google. It’s not using the Samsung SyncMaster P to it’s full potential but it’s at least a widescreen mode.
Need 1440 x 900 resolution
It ‘s been years since I have done this sort of thing and appreciate your help. You might be able to override these limitations with EnTech’s PowerStrip. This resolution does not appear in the “List all Modes” window.