My monitor is ancient, but still works good as the day I bought it. Its not capable of lots, but I know its capable of more than this, because ive used it with a higher res before.
Heres my problem,
I jsut installed a GF4 Video card, nice new card, tons of support for high refreshes, high res's etc, but my monitor is old, and onyl works well in high resolutions if it uses "Interlaced" video.
I have no idea how to set this up, on my old computer that this monitor came with it was in my BIOS, but this new computers BIOS has nothing refresh related. In the past ive ran 1024X768 res with a 77hz Interlaced refresh, Ive also found 1024X768 will work at a refresh of 40 something, but the new video card I bought doesnt support this low of a refresh.
Is there anyway I can force my computer to use Interlaced video without buying anything, its right after x-mas and im tapped for cash.
I could always use the old video (non 3D 8mb's
) but im much rather keep the new card in. The video that came with this computer supported 1024X768 at the refresh rate of 40hz. My old computer (a pentium 1. 75mhz ARG) is the only computer ive ever seen that could use Interlaced video, and all the technicians ive asked have no idea what im talking about.