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Old 02-07-2008, 10:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all I just recently upgraded my visiontek x1950 pro to an eva 8800gt. As soon as i installed the new drivers (forceware 169.21) I lost half of my resolutions notably my very often used and beloved 1440x900. I use a 46" sony bravia flat panel lcd hdtv (Sony KDL46V3000) as my display. I use a dvi->hdmi adapter. When I try to set up certain custom resolutions (1440x900.32) my display says not supported. Never had this problem with ati card so I know my display is capable of far more resolutions than those available. I have spent hours searching for a solution. Seems this problem is common but nothing seems to work. Any suggestions are welcome.
my rig consists of the following
athlon x2 4600+ (windsor) AM2
antec 550w psu
evga 8800gt
2g crucial ballistix
Sony KDL46V3000 LCD
windows xp media center
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