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    EPIA M1000 VGA Diver problem

    I got 7inch lilliput touchscreen 619 with EPIA M1000 mobo. I cant install any display driver.I try install 4 in 1 driver, driver on the cd and on the website , flash my bios and nothing. When i flash my bios my scren woudnt open anymore (over range) got the same kind of problem when i install the unichrome driver. Where can i found a driver for the mobo that will work with he screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyrtonSennaD
    I got 7inch lilliput touchscreen 619 with EPIA M1000 mobo. I cant install any display driver.I try install 4 in 1 driver, driver on the cd and on the website , flash my bios and nothing. When i flash my bios my scren woudnt open anymore (over range) got the same kind of problem when i install the unichrome driver. Where can i found a driver for the mobo that will work with he screen.

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    Are you running WIN XP SP2? If so make sure you flash your bios with I0100116.bin and use this driver http://www.via.com.tw/download/mainboards/2/18/2kxp.zip
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    Version (Date) 1.16 (2004/10/14)
    File Name (Size) I0100116.bin (257KB) Download - http://www.via.com.tw/download/mainb...0/I0100116.bin

    Update Description *[Note] This BIOS needs working with below new VGA driver* Update new VGA BIOS

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    am currently using xp with the service pack 1.am gon install sp2 and try this out i let you know

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    I install everything and the driver work fine now but my screen cant handle it. It said over range any idea ??

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    Plug in a monitor and see what resolution and frequency are you running.

    Change the resolution to 640x480 and frequency to 60Hz then move up from there with your LCD screen.
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    i running 800*600 i didnt check the frequency. The minimun resolution i can go is 800*600 how do you go below ?

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    i check my frequency it was at 60hz. I install powerstrip i i finaly got to make the screen but for only 2 3 minute. Now the screen do not display nothing anymore. It's like it doesnt detect any vga signal even with my home pc. Is this only the case with the lilliput touchscreen or the xerac screen work fine. Am one step to sell the all thing and go back to regular cd player.

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