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Panny and WIDE480

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Jonny1973, Apr 14, 2002.

  1. Jonny1973

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    Has anyone managed to get the Panny PT-AE100 to recognise WIDE480 mode using a GeForce2 card?

    I've got WIDE720 working (looks great) using Powerstrip but it doesn't seem to work using WIDE480.

    Do GeForce2 MX cards support this mode???
     
  2. tomthx

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    Hi all,
    I have the same problem as Jonny using the same equipment, and in Wide 720 mode it is not using the outside edge of the panel.
    Can anyone help me get the correct settings?
    BTW I'm using PowerDVD 4.0 and a GForce 2 64mb card direct to the VGA input on the AE100.
    Thanks in advance,
    Tom.
     
  3. Mr.D

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    Its advisable to change the monitor driver to the sony 900W one ( or thereabouts). This might let the powerstrip settings stick.
     
  4. Timh

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    I have a Creative gforce2 card, it failed for me at first but worked fine after I updated the drivers :)
     
  5. Jonny1973

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    It's Ok. I got it working ages ago.

    Fixed by installing the latest Nvidia Detonator XP drivers.
     

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