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    Maximum Bitrate GingerPrince's Avatar
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    Originally posted by unrealer33
    on your EPIA do you guys set overscan or underscan in the BIOS?
    I presume this is an EPIA only thing? I have EPIA-M and there's nothing in the BIOS to set over/underscan. The size and position of the screen are changed within the control panel applet. It's not great but you can get it fairly close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerPrince
    I presume this is an EPIA only thing? I have EPIA-M and there's nothing in the BIOS to set over/underscan. The size and position of the screen are changed within the control panel applet. It's not great but you can get it fairly close.
    Does the 800 x 480 resolution work with the EPIA 800 boards also?
    EPIA 800, DWW-7VGA LCD w/Touchscreen, 256mb ram, dvd rom, ati radeon 7000 video card, 80 gb 3.5" hard drive.

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    Alright....some please tell me if i can get th wide screen resolution from epia-m10000 (848-480 i think)...please tell please

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    no one?...composte output widescreen ? epia m 10000? no? bios updated and drivers too ???

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    What version drivers are you guys using for the 848x400 on the epia's? I remember I had that option many windows installs ago, but I don't have it with the latest drivers, I think it's been disscused on other threads but too lazy to right now
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