After the installation, reboot.
After you have rebooted your machine, you'll need to make the adjustments yourself as nothing is automatic. Since I don't have your motherboard and have never dealt with something similar to your particular setup, I'll give you the best directions that I can, however, they will be vague. If at any time you need help, please provide a image of your screen (screen print on your keyboard) and I'll be able to better assist you.
You'll need to locate the video card properties on your task bar on the right, with the running background services. The icon displayed could be anything, but by putting your mouse over each one, it should help you locate it.
Once you've located the onboard GPU icon on the lower right hand side of your screen, right click
it and then left click properties
At this point, I cannot really give you any exact directions without a image of what you are seeing. Basically what you are looking for is the option to alter the resolution outputed by your computer. Check what the native resolution of your monitor is (likely 1680x1050) and set it to that resolution.
Good luck. Again, if you need more precious directions, please provide me with an image.
Edited by james_8970, 29 December 2008 - 08:33 PM.