#1
Hi.

This is my screen: http://www.acer.ca/public/page4.do?link=oln56.redirect&dau22.oid=36082&UserCtxParam=0&GroupCtxParam=0&dctx1=27&CountryISOCtxParam=CA&LanguageISOCtxParam=en&ctx3=-1&ctx4=Canada&crc=497681836

It runs at a max resolution of 1440 x 900, which is nice and all, but I was wondering if I could amp it up to 1660 x 1200, or another resolution that is proportional to 1440 x 900.

I have the option of setting my resolution at that, but a rectangle will float about my screen that reads, "input not supported".

Is there a way to get around this?
#2
1440x900 is your max bro.

edit: if thats your screen, then your max is 1920x1200. maybe you need to buy a better graphics card.
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#4
That's not how LCDs work.

For every pixel in that 1440x900, there is a physical pixel on your monitor. Look closely and you can see the squares.

So no, no way whatsoever.

SUPEREDIT:

Your graphics card sucks, lolz
Last edited by Vermintide at May 19, 2008,
#5
Isn't the max resolution of a screen the max number of pixels ON that screen?

i.e. increasing it is impossible.
#6
No, there are are only so many pixels on the screen, you can't add more.
#7
Yeah you can. 1920 x 1200 is your maximum on that screen. It's also your native resolution, so i'm not sure why you're running it at 1400 x 900.

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#9
Sorry for the bump but I just got back here so yeah.

And, in my OP I linked to a screen that looked exactly like mine, and the name is only 1 letter different, but it's not mine. On my box it says the max resolution is 1440 x 900 so according to you guys and google and /g/, it's my max. Thanks.