I very much doubt it is a fault.
It is a glitch with NVIDIA probably because of your settings.
Pls go back to my Post 2.
Do the following.
1. Start, My Computer - Right click, Left click Properties. On the Hardware tab, Device Manager,Display Adapter. WHAT is shown pls. Post that, You will have to click Display Adapter to reveal.
2. Is the driver shown, the one you think should be, ie: the update.
3. IS THE GRAPHICS card you are using the onboard graphics or do you have that motherboard with an additional graphics card in the AGP slot.
You will know because of where the monitor connects to the D Sub 15 pin on the back of the computer.
If it is in the vertical plane, ABOVE THE SPEAKER AND MIC CONNECTION it is onboard graphics.
If it is in the horizontal plane (most likely) it is a separate graphics card.
4. Enter setup. Check that the settings are configured for which is appropriate from above. ie: enable onboard graphics or Advanced graphics port etc.
Check this from my previous post, is the resolution you are trying to set shown here.Whilst there instead of Monitor, Adapter tab, if using onboard graphics, click List all modes.
Also see this from my previous post. Instead of uninstalling - at this stage disable it and use windows to set resolution.I have come across this with another onboard Nvidia graphics and uninstalled the Nvidia Control Panel, used the Windows to change the resolution and it worked OK.
Edited by Macboatmaster, 20 March 2010 - 11:54 AM.