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I'm trying to find the 1365 x1024 setting on XP or powerstrip. All I can seam to find is 1360 x 760 or something... What's going, on I used to see it no problem when I had XP pro?


In fact it even had a setting that said (D-ILA)....?
 

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Tryg,


I always use 1368x1024 so that you get the last 5 pixels on the D-ILA panel active. Copy the following PowerStrip settings


PowerStrip timing parameters:

1368x1024=1368,68,144,244,1024,17,3,16,145125,1


Generic timing details for 1368x1024:

HFP=68 HSW=144 HBP=244 kHz=80 VFP=17 VSW=3 VBP=16 Hz=75


Linux modeline parameters:

"1368x1024" 145.125 1368 1436 1580 1824 1024 1041 1044 1060 +hsync +vsync



and paste them in custom resolution set-up screen.
 

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thank you. I'm haveing a hard time gettign the settings to stick. I set the custom resolutions then computer just restarts and goes to 800x600
 

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thank you. I'm haveing a hard time gettign the settings to stick. I set the custom resolutions then computer just restarts and goes to 800x600
Tryg,


The resolutions have to be multiples of 8 - so that's why 1360 and 1368 are your choices - not 1365.


Be sure you've rebooted the computer since the custom resolutions were chosen/defined - so that Powerstrip can

be sure the video driver accepts them.


Use the resolution slider in Powerstrip to choose the desired resolution. Powerstrip will change the resolution,

and also put up a dialog box that you have to click within 5 secs or Powerstrip will revert to the previous resolution.


If your video driver supports the resolution - it should "stick".
 
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