For future reference never, ever install drivers from Windows update, you often end up with a non functioning device like you have now. Or is the monitor reporting it can go higher? The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
What card do I have now and what do I need? >> > >> > Or is there another solution? >> > >> > Would appreciate some help! >> > >> I've tried via the > settings in the control panel but I cannot drag the mouse on the slider bar > from low to high resolution. > > The online help New 06 Mar 2008 #4 Mick Murphy Guest Re: Cannot change screen resolution Go to HP's site; it is nothing to do with microsoft. have a peek at these guys Raja 1 2 Links go stale - maybe you'd like to edit that answer to have more details so even if the site its on had issues, people could refer
This would reduce the screen resolution two steps. Browse other questions tagged windows-vista display resolution tv or ask your own question. I'm using Vista 32bit. It is so low that it's completely useless and when I manage to get the window where I can change the resolution (display settings), I see the top half of the
I've tried everything - including downloading the INFs directly from IBM's site. My manager said I spend too much time on Stack Exchange. When i select the option to set to 1280x1240... How can I trust that this is Google?
To fix it, visit the HP support website and download and install the driver thay have available for your PC. What's New? Not the answer you're looking for? What can I do?
What card do I have now and what do I need? > > Or is there another solution? > > Would appreciate some help! > > Thanks Get to the Device When it comes up, the resolution is 1400x1050, which... The issue has actually been fixed in newer builds of Windows Vista, but until we have one that's broadly available for you to use, you can try the following steps (a Was there no tax before 1913 in the United States?
I can see the initial DOS-type boot screen, and see the "Windows is about to boot" screen, but everything goes black and my TV displays an "unsupported video signal" message right Related 2Vista log in screen is different resolution than after logging in7On Windows XP - Change monitor resolution based on which user is logged in?3Vista Screen resolution Changes when Switching Users5What Vista General Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Steve.
How can I prove its value? Problem is that the screen > resolution cannot be changed and is fixed at 640 x 480. Even after all that, instead of kicking me up to where I set the slider - it knocks me down to 640x480!