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what is the driver date and version try to get the latest driver from intel.com the capabilities of Intel HD 4600 are Max Resolution (HDMI) 3840x2160@60Hz Max Resolution (DP) 3840x2160@60Hz Max Resolution (VGA) 2880x1800@60Hz


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The factors that determine the res that a monitor uses is the display engine put in to "drive the pannel". You should be able to derive this information from the specs, or the manuel, and when all else fails the "monitor driver" (profile) for that monitor. Native does not always mean maximum, there have existed monitors that have a native resolution that ...


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Check your lilo.conf file for an append line. If there isn't one, add the line append="nomodeset" to the end of lilo.conf. Otherwise add it to the end of the existing line. Run lilo (or sudo lilo as appropriate) and reboot. This will affect your ability to run a GUI but if you're text only you should be fine. Source: ...


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Are you sure that you are extending (and not duplicating) the monitors? By design, the wallpaper which you set is used for both the monitors in Win7 (unless you use some tools) If you are indeed extending, you can use a simple hack and create your wallpaper the size and width of both monitors combined and apply them in 'stretch' mode.


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I'm sure there are exceptions to this depending on the system, OS, and approach used in general, but I'm going to have to go with, as a general rule, saying that resolution is on a per display basis. I remember using a 19" CRT running 1600x1200, with a 15" @ 1024x768 way back, having two gfx adapters with Windows 2000.


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According to this forum post, creating a custom resolution at a lower framerate may work. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/peripherals/f/3529/t/19484603


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More steps to add 1920x1080 Screen resolution. Just make sure that you "reboot" after you uncomment X11's xorg.conf file before you run the automated scripts further down below. sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.unused You can use the following scripts. Also credit to Adam Prax's Answer How to change resolution of CentOS 6.5 Resolution on ...


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Active DisplayPort (either normal or mini 1.1 or 1.2) to HDMI converters can go up to 3840x2160@30hz that's 4K@30hz. They use a Parade PS171 chip to achieve this, however it's not exactly plug and play on the Mac, you have to use SwitchResX. I'm told Windows works just fine on the same Mac hardware. (I'm using a 4K 40' Samsung 40HU6500 TV as a display) Also ...


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The following Powershell script will set the resolution to a specified value (in my example, 1280 x 1024): -- Just noticed that this is the same script referenced in your linked article. It works, I've tested it on Win 8.1 Pro and Enterprise. Function Set-ScreenResolution { <# .Synopsis Sets the Screen Resolution of the primary ...


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That error message is from your monitors' firmware, not from your system. Apparently, when the DualHead2Go box is running at 3840x1080, it has picked a scan frequency that your monitors can't handle over VGA. You know that there are DVI to HDMI adapters? And cables, for that matter. DVI male on one end, HDMI male on the other, so if you don't already ...


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This is probably a bug in the application: Chrome bug: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=389171 Can not find a bug for IntelliJ. I will report soon.


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Download guest additions and mount it. You will now see a dvd inserted in virtual machine. Run the appropriate installer. Now shut down guest machine. Next, in your host computer's command line, type VBoxManage setextradata global GUI/MaxGuestResolution 1272,920 And replace the last two numbers with the screen res of your choice. Next time you boot ...


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Also note that "" don't seem to work correctly on the syntax, and refresh rate should be included. Would of been way easier with a radeon, but try this: Spawn a mode by using cvt Example: cvt 1680 1050 60 That'll get you something similar to: 1680x1050 59.96 Hz (CVT 1.76MA-R) hsync: 65.28 kHz; pclk: 146.24 MHz Modeline "1680x1050_60.00" 146.24 1680 ...


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Assuming that the playback software itself has no performance issues, then the only difference between the 1:1 scaled version and the 2K/4K versions is that the latter will have to be downscaled to achieve the same presentation size. Depending on the downscaling algorithm of the player, you may see aliasing or softening/blurring effects. The video may also ...


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I have the V37 scanner, which is the same as yours except it lacks the transparency adapter. Your question aroused my curiosity and led to a number of interesting findings. The few times I had previously ventured into 4800 dpi was for microscopic analysis using a previous scanner. That experience was tack-sharp results. My V30 had been used only for ...


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Depends if the video is being decoded in hardware on the GPU, or solely by the CPU. Check your video drivers and hardware support this. Use a monitoring tool (e.g. resource monitor for windows, top for linux) to check where your existing bottlenecks are. Check CPU, RAM, and if your GPU is decoding in hardware. If you are hitting 100% CPU use and the video ...


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945 chipset is limited to 1600x900 but Intel released a driver to fix this issue, use at your own risk. http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-030332.htm



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