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Powerstrip problems...

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by GPMCDERM, Dec 22, 2002.

  1. GPMCDERM

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    Hi there,
    I just got my PTAE100 the other day and wanted to
    try out the DVD using my PC....I'm using a GF2 GTS PRO and
    have the lastest version of powerstrip and have been unable to
    get is matched to the native resolution of the projector.
    I've gone in and created a custom resolution of 856x480 but
    it won't let me change to that resolution when I have it connected to the panny....any help would be great..

    Sony DVP-725
    Sony STR DB925
    Pioneer CLD-2950
    46" Philips RPTV
    Panasonic PT-AE100
    7ft 16:9 wall screen
     
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    I had this problem too. I ended up getting the official creative drivers for my GF2 GTS and they worked fine (after reboot). The Nvidea detornator drivers did not allow me to change resolutions.
    Basically it COULD be driver related.
    Hope this helps
    Azzo.
     
  3. GPMCDERM

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    I haven't had a chance to try a different set of drivers...but I've
    managed to get the resolution on the projector by setting it
    on the pc and then connecting it to the panny without shutting
    it down other I can't select it.....the panny is set as a normal
    SVGA monitor in the display properties is there any .inf file you
    can get to tell the pc exactly what it is?
    Again thanks for your help.
     

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