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    Question Lilliput and EPIA M1000 Look here

    Hello, Sorry if there already exists a thread addressing this.

    I am curious to know if there is anyone that owns the Liliput 7" screen and the VIA M1000 Nehamiah that has successfully gotten theire onboard video card to output 800x480 (which is the liliputs native resolution). If so please share how you did this.

    Must a get PCI card that supports this? or is this possible with the onboard card?

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    There are people who have got it to work (I am not one of them) :-(

    Searching the forums should turn you up some good info.

    However, if the software you are using supports rescaling or whatever (like MediaCar or Media Engine) you can simply run 800x600 and tell it thats the screen res and it will scale everything for you so it looks ok.

    Its no fix but it gets you by!
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    There are many threads on this!

    Basically, something like Powerstrip doesn't allow you to choose custom resolutions on the Epia boards, simply because the onboard video doesn't support custom resolutions. WTG, Via!

    Many people (myself included) are using 800x600, and letting the screen adjust it to fit Get a skin for your favourite front end that is designed to be run 800x600 on a 16:9 screen, and everything will be right


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    The best you can do is 848x480 or 720x480.
    I think it's more to do with the drivers not supporting custom resolutions rather than the hardware... with anyluck someone might comeup with a driver hack

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    Thanks for your thoughts. After some more research and more luck in finding the other threads I came to the same conclusion. The only way other people have gotten them to work is by strange and unusual methods.

    Quote Originally Posted by PCF_Ronin
    The best you can do is 848x480 or 720x480.
    I think it's more to do with the drivers not supporting custom resolutions rather than the hardware... with anyluck someone might comeup with a driver hack
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    I did notice that people with a previous version of the drivers has had some luck getting it to work. Is there a link somewhere or will some one make it available to download for us fellow lilliputers

    I think the version is 6.1.3.xxxx
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