I've got a HP W1907V running on my XP PC with a GEforce 6800 Graphics card.
It never occured to me that the card wouldn't support a resolution as specific as 1440X900. The display I'm using is 1360X768 which is making the text look fuzzy and not quite in focus. The tray icons looks blocky as well.
As far as I can see the only solution is to buy another graphics card that supports this resolution. My PSU is 375W. Unless somebody as a better idea!
I was surprised to find the monitor only has a VGA connector and not a DVI one. Would it be worth buying a VGA-DVI adaptor if this is the reason why the screen looks so bad other than the resolution issue?
Thanks for responses. After I put this message on I went to the Nvidia hompepage and downloaded the latest drivers. Once I ran the program the resolution I needed could now be selected! So that's great!
The display looks loads better but I'm wondering if not having it connected via a VGA-DVI adapter would help make it better?
The DVI-I socket contains both the DVI signal and the VGA signal. The adaptor simply connects to the VGA signal and presents it in a VGA socket. There's no electronics to change ths signal; just a couple of connections to degrade it!
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