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    800x480 from Intel d510mo MB

    Just got the new Intel d510mo board with a Lilliput EBY701. I installed all the drivers and like many others no option for 800x480 video. I've tried Powerstrip but can't access the advanced timing options. While searching I stumbled upon these stats for the MB http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sourc...6F8fHtzxIlIa6g, scrolling down to the features section it says 800x480 resolution. There isn't any option for this, anybody have any ideas? Thanks for the help!

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    I'm trying to accomplish the exact same thing - no luck yet tho

    I did come across a interesting article "Custom Resolutions on Intel Graphics" (link) - haven't had time to give it a try.

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    UPDATE!!!! For all those who have a problem with the advanced timing options grayed out in Powerstrip. Go to monitor properties in Windows and uncheck the box labeled "Hide modes this monitor cannot display". I'm using Windows 7 and it worked like a charm, the box is no longer grayed out!

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    Does 800x480 become available after using powerstrip? I can't seem to find it ... running windows 7 also

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    has anybody been able to get 800x480 working on the D510MO?

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    i could not get that resolution with my d510 either, but I have to use a gpu for my oem s-video screen, and it let me use different resolutions. I did have the mb drivers at first. Maybe they'll updated them soon?

    sorry i cant be of any further help. i think you're sol.
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    I have managed to get 800x480 to work with this mobo. And it worked all nice and well till I selected "reset" in the monitor menu and now when I go 800x480, it is moved a bit in the upper right corner and cant "Auto" it down. I have an VM70 with Windows 7. After getting 800x480 to work, it looks a bit fuzzy, but playing with the ClearType fonts setup, makes it almost perfect. In centrafuse, you dont even notice any differences.
    Yes, it does look more natural in 800x480.
    I did this: http://software.intel.com/en-us/arti...ntel-graphics/

    I still have the driver hacked, if anybody wants it, but I don't think it will work for anything but VM70s

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    I'm interested in getting this to work as well. How long will hacking the driver take?

    And the article was really complicated. Is it very hard to do?

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    i just bought this board.
    I am looking to use a 800x480 monitor too. Once i recieve it and install it, i will post the driver here.

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    I'm having the same issue trying to get 800x480 on a MiniTouch 700. Nothing I've tried has worked yet. Any ideas?

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