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Thread: Windows 7, Intel Mobile 965 Express, and 800 x 480

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    Windows 7, Intel Mobile 965 Express, and 800 x 480

    Alright, so I know this topic has been prodded, beaten, killed, and then prodded a few more times, but I wanted to throw this out there because I'm still having issues with it.

    I am running Windows 7 (32 bit) on a Dell Studio Hybrid (I'll figure out the power issues later) with the Mobile 965 Express display adapter. I got my Lilliput EBY701 the other day, and I've spent a couple hours trying to get it to run at it's native resolution. The issue isn't the monitor, obviously, it's either Win7 or it's the display adapter.

    Here's what I've tried:

    List all modes (not listed)
    Manual Registry Edit (didn't do anything)
    CarTFT Windows 7 drivers (the utility to force 800x480 will force every resolution but)
    Powerstrip (I may not be using it correctly)

    Any suggestions from the peanut gallery?

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    Its a pain. I gave up :P
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    I'd like to avoid giving up...unless it's physically not possible with that display adapter (which wouldn't make a whole lot of sense to me)...

    What did you opt to do instead? Have a stretched screen or use a special skin for it (like elite)?

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    I posted this in another thread, but try this out with PowerStrip, maybe it will work if it not what you were doing:

    http://imageshack.us/m/228/4818/powe...tings800x4.png

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    Thanks for the reply!

    Unfortunately, it didn't seem to work...in fact, my max resolution is now 640 x 480! Oops!

    I'll tinker with it a bit and I'm sure i'll be able to get the other resolutions back...but I'm starting to come to terms with the idea that my internal graphics adapter simply does not support the resolution.

    I wonder if I can find a USB adapter that will support it.

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