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    I have a new Lilluput 7" Touchscreen monitor..
    I have a PC with Intel 815 Chipset..
    The montior and all the Front ends seem to want to run at 800x480 but I can not lower it below 800X600..
    I have searched and seems the intel chipset might not go below 800X600 but I think the monitor is at 800X600 but the touch screen is set for 800X480 because when I press it, it goes elsewhere on the screen and does not work right..

    So, 1 can I change the resolution on the computer... and 2, can the touchscreen work at 800X600..

    thanks

  • #2
    Yes and yes.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    • #3
      ya, thanks for all your help...

      HOW do I get the Intel Chipset video card to run at 800X480

      and how do I adjust the monitor/?

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      • #4
        Hmmm. I don't recall this problem ever being discussed on this forum before. But my memory could be faulty. Perhaps a search on terms "800 X 480" or "screen resolution" may turn up some posts.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bugbyte
          Hmmm. I don't recall this problem ever being discussed on this forum before. But my memory could be faulty. Perhaps a search on terms "800 X 480" or "screen resolution" may turn up some posts.



          will give you all the answers...

          btw, it doesn't matter what chipset. Since you didn't mention a specific graphics card, I assume you are running video off the board. 800x600 is what you get. 800x480 is the " Holy Grail ".

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