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omar145  posted on Jul 16, 2010 11:59:46 PM - Report post


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I don't know if anyone has this problem . It starts when i installed a new copy of windows 7 x64 .Every time i open a game a message appear on the screen "not optimum mode,recommended mode 1280*1024 60hz" .but my screen resolution is 1280*1024 60hz.
I can only launch them with "3D analyze", and this is real ****ing annoying.
CAN ANY ONE HELP ME.
 
DABhand  posted on Jul 17, 2010 2:06:55 AM - Report post

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Your monitor may be forced to that resolution on the desktop, but im guessing you have some sort of Widescreen monitor which does not use the standard 4:3 resolutions well at all, you have to go 16:9 or 16:10 resolutions.
 
XWolf  posted on Jul 17, 2010 2:22:23 AM - Report post

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I'm going to hope it's a legit copy; otherwise, it's probably gonna continue. How-ever, recently Nvidia's come out with a long chain of drivers. I'd suggest using their site to download the correct drivers and not relying on Windows to do it. (Assuming of course you have an Nvidia card.) If you've got an on-board/integrated card, chances are what DAB said is exactly right. Where normally the card would correct that problem.
 
omar145  posted on Jul 17, 2010 2:47:09 AM - Report post


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quote:
originally posted by DABhand

Your monitor may be forced to that resolution on the desktop, but im guessing you have some sort of Widescreen monitor which does not use the standard 4:3 resolutions well at all, you have to go 16:9 or 16:10 resolutions.

I know that my monitor not Widescreen . my monitor is samsung syncMaster 720 N.

 
omar145  posted on Jul 17, 2010 2:50:15 AM - Report post


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originally posted by XWolf

I'm going to hope it's a legit copy; otherwise, it's probably gonna continue. How-ever, recently Nvidia's come out with a long chain of drivers. I'd suggest using their site to download the correct drivers and not relying on Windows to do it. (Assuming of course you have an Nvidia card.) If you've got an on-board/integrated card, chances are what DAB said is exactly right. Where normally the card would correct that problem.

I have nvidia 9500GT.
the problem might be from the driver ???.
you know what ,i did not download the driver from nvidia.
thanks dud

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