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.
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?
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?
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