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    Exclamation Screen Resolution SOLVED

    Hi Loungers,
    Which setting do you suggest I use on my Laptop ???

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    Here is mine. Works well for me. I have an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 graphics card.

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    I only have the one item listed for display. I use the highest resolution available. Works well for me.
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    Choose that which offers the highest resolution and graphical performance.

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    Hi Ted & Clint,
    I forgot to say it was the 'Display' setting in Screen Resolution. Ted, press 'Detect' to give 2 options as my image.
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    Just tried it, it can't be changed.
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    Since I only have one monitor connected, detect does not help. It shows the ATI card, but does not give other options when I choose the ATI option. If I get the opportunity I will attach another and see, but don't hold your breath, OK.
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    My Dual Screen Setup

    RR,

    I have my Dual Screens setup with different resolutions, see below.
    Screen 1: 23" LG Wide Screen
    Screen 2: 19" Samsung Square Screen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Myers View Post
    Since I only have one monitor connected, detect does not help. It shows the ATI card, but does not give other options when I choose the ATI option. If I get the opportunity I will attach another and see, but don't hold your breath, OK.
    Thanks Ted, seems RG beat you

    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredGeek View Post
    RR,

    I have my Dual Screens setup with different resolutions, see below.
    Screen 1: 23" LG Wide Screen
    Screen 2: 19" Samsung Square Screen
    Thanks RG, as I said in my last post, it cant be changed.
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