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You are right about the resolutions being bound to the monitor. Try telling your system you have a Sony 900 (or 950? sorry, from memory) which supports more resolutions. That lets me go up to 1920x540.
 

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Thanks "X".I changed my settings to the Sony you were referring to but that had no immediate effect. However, if I boot with my monitor turned off. I am able to use PowerStrip to the resolutions I need. Now, anyone know where I can find some good High Res test patterns for geometry , focus ect?


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Hello All ,


I obveously decided to look into custom resolutions after buying my Video Adapter. My machine is a dual boot WinMe/Win2k Pentium 4. I am able to get up to 1600X540p on WinMe. However, I am unable to get any custom resolutions with Win2k at all. Seems like the resolutions are very tightly bound to the Monitor detected. Am I missing something very obveous here. Any words of wisdom Please?


Thanks, Max [email protected]
 
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