1680x1050 resolution on Q965/963 Express Chipset

1680x1050 resolution on Q965/963 Express Chipset


I've got a Lenovo 622-HB1 monitor that supports a resolution up to 1680x1050 but the Q965/Q963 is not showing it as a resolutionoption

What can I do to have 1680x1050 as an available option?

Thanks in advance

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Can you get the EDID from the Intel Graphics Tray Information button, Save To Disk?

(The Diagnostic Report from Save To Disk is somewhat different and more detailed than what is on the Information screen alone)

All I get from the saved to disk file is:

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver Report

Report Date:02/05/2008
Report Time[hr:mm:ss]:11:03:15
Driver Version:
Operating System:Windows XP* Professional, Service Pack 2 (5.1.2600)
Default Language:Spanish
DirectX* Version:9.0
Physical Memory:2022 MB
Minimum Graphics Memory:8 MB
Maximum Graphics Memory:256 MB
Graphics Memory in Use:12 MB
Processor:x86 family 6 Model 15 Stepping 6
Processor Speed:2392 MHZ
Vendor ID:8086
Device ID:2992
Device Revision:02

* Accelerator Information *

Accelerator in Use:Intel Q965/Q963 Express Chipset Family
Video BIOS:1371
Current Graphics Mode:1400 x 1050 True Color (60 Hz)

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Hope this will be of use

Ah... you gave me the wrong monitor name. That messed me up.

1) Make sure you have the latest drivers from Intel

2) Use the method here:


with the settings

7C 2E 90 A0 60 1A 1E 40 30 20 36 00 D9 28 11 00 00 1E


- Downloaded DTD Calculator an executed it

- On Calculation pasted in the settings indicated

7C 2E 90 A0 60 1A 1E 40 30 20 36 00 D9 28 11 00 00 1E

- On Registry Hack pressed More and then Get Calculated

- As final step, pressed Write DTD's to Registry and answered "yes" to reboot question

Now I'm working on a beautiful 1680x1050 res

Nice job archibael !

Glad it worked!

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