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Can Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller run a flat panel at 1920x1200


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dj09

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I don't know if I'm asking something that already been asked before, but I swear I've been trying to search and search and search and found nothing - obviously since I'm posting this thread

I just bought a LG 24" w2452t yesterday, which is said to have the max resolution at 1920x1200.

BUT, when i hooked it up using the D-SUB port (there's another one called DVI-D port but since I didn't have the cable...), the highest resolution I can get is 1600x1200, the 1920x1200 even isn't in the properties setting. Knowing this a little, I went to Advance and unchecked the box that said something like hide modes your monitor can't display. Wala, the 1920x1200 appeared. BUT again, when I applied that, the screen went black with a message which said "ANALOG OUT OF RANGE 93.5 khz / 75 hz" and then turned back to 1600x1200

I tried to install the latest driver for the video card which is the Intel® extreme graphics 2 but the result was no better or even worse, the screen didn't even go back to 1600x1200. It STAYED like that and I had to reboot the computer - went to the VGA mode to reset it.

When I googled this matter, seems like a lot of people having this same problem but not much find a solution yet, my theory is that what caused this problem is my pathetic video card which is a Intel® 82865G Graphics Controller that is like 90mb

So, I totally give up on trying to solve this problem myself and turn to somewhat more experience, expert-like member of this forum to help me and people who have the same problem figuring this out once and for all!!!! THANKS in advance!!!

This is what I got from the hardware scanning (I deleted some parts I think are not important like sound card and stuffs like that)




OS Information:
Property Value
OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional|C:\WINDOWS|\Device\Harddisk0\Partitio n1
Service Pack 2.0
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS


Processor:
Property Value
Current Clock Speed 3192
Description x86 Family 15 Model 2 Stepping 9
Manufacturer GenuineIntel
Name Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.20GHz


Memory (RAM):
Property Value
Bank Label
Capacity 536870912

Bank Label
Capacity 536870912

Bank Label
Capacity 536870912

Bank Label
Capacity 536870912

Total Memory Deteced in Hardware: ~2048 MB
Memory Reported to Operating System: 2046MB

Disk Drives:
Property Value
Description Disk drive
Manufacturer (Standard disk drives)
Model WDC WD400BB-75DEA0
Media Type Fixed hard disk media
Size 39999536640 (~37 GB)
Number of Partitions 1


Motherboard:
Property Value
Manufacturer Dell Computer Corp.
Model
Name Base Board
Part Number
Product 0Y1057
Serial Number ..CN6986141T062F.
Version


BIOS:
Property Value
Manufacturer Dell Computer Corporation
Name Phoenix ROM BIOS PLUS Version 1.10 A03
Release Date 20031020000000.000000+000
Version DELL - 7


Monitor:
Property Value
Description Plug and Play Monitor
Name Plug and Play Monitor
Screen Height 1200
Screen Width 1600

Video Card:
Property Value
Adapter Compatibility Intel Corporation
Adapter RAM 100663296
Description Intel® 82865G Graphics Controller
Installed Display Drivers ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.4544
Driver Date 5/25/2006 1:43:46 PM
Video Mode Description 1600 x 1200 x 4294967296 colors


DirectX Installation:
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http://www.intel.com...b/CS-022544.htm

You may have to use the DVI port to get the resolution you currently can't get (as mentioned in the web page above).
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thank you so much, you are a life-saver, I'll try that when I get home from school but seems like that's it!!!!
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