The ATI website offers the latest updated driver — dated So the short of it is that card can’t drive that monitor at it’s native resolution, and pretty much any resolution chosen would result in a distorted image? But if there’s someone out there who has done it But doing the math, it just didn’t have the RAM to handle it take a little over 4MB for x at 32 bits. I’d need to swap in a newer low-profile AGP card. I’m assuming the drivers were written before wide flat panels were common.
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Hope this helps, mauricehl.
I’m not sure how i managed it in the end, but after a few hours following the mentioned registry changes from toastytech, updating the matrox bios to the latest one, using matroxs mga tools for custom monitors resolutions and refresh rates by manually editing the profiles text files for and installing the latest drivers version ?
Users browsing this forum: Without it everythings fine. The ATI website offers the latest updated driver — dated I wonder if it’s Vista’s fault or G’s fault?
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First, yes it did allow 32bit graphics. Windows Update got me a “newer” driver that had the same limitations. The old hardware can display the new resolution; only the decrepit Windows driver prevents it.
1440×900 res on PowerMac G4 with ATI Rage 128 Pro??
All of this could possibly be due to the EDID read fail; have you tried the alternative drivers at. Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment. Or just settle for x as the best compromise for this monitor. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. I’m afraid rrage frying the monitor.
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Why can’t I go to native x under Vista? So the short of it is that card can’t drive that monitor at it’s native resolution, and pretty much any resolution chosen would result in a distorted image? PowerStrip couldn’t activate the new resolution. If it did drive it, yes it would be distorted. User profile for user: AMD Radeon Discussion and Support General discussion, tweaking, overclocking and technical support questions about discrete Radeon graphics products.
You might want to investigate PowerStrip and do a custom mode. Jun 5, It may drive the 20″, but no larger, and only up to the cards max resolution. Typically, the smaller 17″” displays work rahe no problems. And, like all other vendors, ATI is not issuing driver updates for their old cards because they want you to buy a new one.
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All replies Drop Down menu. I just don’t remember what I used. Advertisement Guests Only Login or Register to remove this ad. I had a similar experience. But doing the math, it atti didn’t have the RAM to handle it take a little over 4MB for x at 32 bits. Dec 10, Is the apparent inability of the card to display a I actually managed atl use a x widescreen resolution with a Matrox Millenium 4MB on my Pentium on Windows