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    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter
    By gain I assume you mean the xenarc. If so then yes. Just recently redmage was able to get the screen to report 800x480. do a search
    Ah, didn't realised Gain was the UK rebranding of Xenarc
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeoTheHamster
    Ah, didn't realised Gain was the UK rebranding of Xenarc
    GAIN is the Taiwanese manufacturer that supplies Xenarc.

    So really, Xenarcs are rebranded GAINS

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    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter
    ....(like the Nvidia) to output 800x480, but can you show me one person who has gotten their lilliput to recognize 800x480 with its on screen display (OSD)

    If there is something that i am missing please inform me.

    If you want to chat I am on AIM (matter187)
    I am hundred procent positive my Lilliput can sync to 800x480. I do not know what OSD reports, but I see it displaying widescreen resolution, not 640x480. Well it constantly gets "Out of signal" when rebooting WinXP and I have to power cycle that damn monitor to show picture again (again 800x480) but later I have realized this is only needed when running desktop at 60,70 or 75 Hz. If I select 72 Hz, even this side effect goes away and the picture is stable through unit reboots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpattonm
    I am hundred procent positive my Lilliput can sync to 800x480. I do not know what OSD reports, but I see it displaying widescreen resolution, not 640x480. Well it constantly gets "Out of signal" when rebooting WinXP and I have to power cycle that damn monitor to show picture again (again 800x480) but later I have realized this is only needed when running desktop at 60,70 or 75 Hz. If I select 72 Hz, even this side effect goes away and the picture is stable through unit reboots.
    Antimatter should be happy to hear that. Any pictures of 800x480 on the Lilliput?
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    Mpattonm, If you could find the time would you please post some shots of the desktop and how it looks.

    Heck as long as it looks as crisp as it does when running 800x600 i will do it. but i really don't want to go through all of the trouvle to purchase and install a Video card and have to revert to what i had before because it didn't look good.

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    I have a Lilliput and an Asus Pundit which is able of doing 800x480, but the display is recognizing it as 800x600 . So, I get two big black borders at the top and at the botom.

    Any idea?

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    I think I have found the answer: The Lilliput does not support 800x480.
    The manual mentions as nearest supported resolutions: 848x480 and 800x600.
    But, unfortunately, my graphic card does not support 848x480.

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    @tremebundo: are you sure about that? What is the native resolution of the lilliput then? It must have a definite number of pixels...is that 848x400?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackboot
    @tremebundo: are you sure about that?
    No.
    Seriously, there is no 800x480 in the list of input modes of the manual I have.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackboot
    What is the native resolution of the lilliput then? It must have a definite number of pixels...is that 848x400?
    The specification says 1152000 pixels. I know that 800x848x3 is 1152000, but I am puzzled too.

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