This resolution was not in the list, so I downloaded the latest driver from Intel and still no joy. It’s not using the Samsung SyncMaster P to it’s full potential but it’s at least a widescreen mode. If you do not see it there, the next place to look is under the Monitor tab, make sure that the option Hide modes that this monitor cannot display is unchecked. If it doesn’t work, there are other options. This should be possible. PowerStrip does not seem to be able to tweak the settings for Intel G.
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[all variants] Cannot get Intel G to display widescreen LCDTV Resolutions
This should be possible. You can conceivably get this done with the IEGD drivers if you have the aforementioned information, though I don’t know if you lose any functionality with the IEGDs as opposed to the normal downloads.
I think that I will update the normal Intel file s. Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment.
will the intel 82865g support 1680×1050 widescreen?
The INF file 3: Settled for the x for the time being. The video driver itself. I have not purchased widescren monitor yet and will rely on the List All Modes window to see what resolutions are potentially available. The problem is that there are no widescreen resolutions to choose from.
It seems people are having greater success in Linux so it seems that this is indeed a software problem. I forgot to mention that I did uncheck the “Hide modes” but there were still no widescreen in the list. If not, can you at least find a Linux Modeline for your monitor for x? It ‘s been years since I have done this sort of thing and appreciate your help.
This resolution was not in the list, so I downloaded the latest driver from Intel and still no joy. Sign up using Email and Password.
wicescreen It appears that Intel’s latest driver doesn’t support x; however, you can correct this deficiency. Skip to main content. I sthere any way to “trick” the driver to allow the selection of this resolution. My current monitor is a CRT which I would like to replace with a 19 inch wide screen LCD monitor with a native resolution of x The latest Intel driver is used So my questions are as follows: Problem is the regular driver for does not support custom resolutions, only the IEGD.
The workstation has been rock solid for several years and I would want to avoid doing unneeded updates. You might be able to override these limitations with EnTech’s PowerStrip. If you do not see it there, the next place to look is under the Monitor widesxreen, make sure that the option Hide modes that this monitor cannot display is unchecked.
Why did it allow me to select it temporarily?
In what order should I do this? PowerStrip is shareware, try before you buy.