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  1. I can't help you but this is honestly the funniest problem I've ever heard of. Good Luck
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    LCD TV Driver

    Thank-you, that solved my problem. LCDs look awful if they are not set to their native resolution so it looks way better now.
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    LCD TV Driver

    Oh sorry, I have an AMD XP 2100+ with a Radeon 9600xt 256Mb and Windows XP Home.
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    LCD TV Driver

    I don't know the model but it is a Norcent 27" widescreen 720p display. I was hoping to just find a generic driver.
  5. Hi, Im connecting my LCD tv to my computer with a VGA cable. I want to set the res. to 1280 x 720 but with my current Windows "Plug and Play Monitor" driver the closest I can get is 1280 x 768 which doesnt look quite right. For some reason I'm having a hell of a time finding a generic driver that will allow such a common resolution. Does anyone know of a website where I can download this driver? THANKS
  6. Hi, Does anyone know of a program where you can take 2 pictures of say a sunset next to each other and then let the program attach them together so you can have a much wider picture. Or for example, you could stand in the middle of a room and take several pictures as you turn, then end up with a 360 degree view of a room in one picture. I've seen them do it on Tech TV but I dont know the name of the program. -THANKS
  7. Maybe I already have one because I did install a cd that came with my mainboard. I have an amd xp 2100+ with an elitegroup mainboard. I don't know where I can find the settings for where it shuts itself down.
  8. Hi, Lately my fan has been making some noise and I've been trying to track down the right fan. In the mean time, I have downloaded a program (Speedfan 4.07) that tells me the fans' rpm, computer voltages, cpu temperature and system temperature (you can also find this information in the bios). But what I'm looking for is a free program where you can set the maximum temperatures and if your computer exceeds thoughs than it warns you or shut down your computer. A program like this sure would be handy although it probably doesn't exist. Any other related program that you recommend would be helpful. THANKS
  9. Sorry if I hurt your eyes. WOW! Over 1700 posts....does that guy work for pc pitstop?
  10. I have had dos, 3.1, 95, 95se, 98, 98se, 2000, me, xp home and tried xp pro. Between windows 2000 and xp i would choose 2000. Jander said that XP is faster but its NOT. Windows 2000 is way less graphic so it doesn't take up so much system resorses. However, XP looks nicer!
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