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Adding a new resolution to drivers?

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Anonymous
June 12, 2004 2:58:50 PM

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Hello
This question is mainly for people who know how to edit regitry or ini files
of catalyst (or omega) driver.

I have a laptop with wxga screen. Native res is 1280x800. But it runs only
at 60Hz. Now I know for lcd refresh rate don't matter, but at 60Hz, my mouse
pointer is NOT smooth. So I want to add 1280x800 @85Hz in drivers (or
registry).

I tried "mobility mod tool", while it adds all other laptop res (like
1280xx768, or 1400x1050) at 75,85,100hz, it only adds 1280x800 at 60Hz :( 

I have experience in editing catalyst and omega ini files before, so feel
free to comment.
Can anyone help me out?
Anonymous
June 14, 2004 5:48:20 AM

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Although I can't help, I'd love to know how too...
"AseStar" <a s e s t a r @ s t a r t . n o> wrote in message
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> Hello
> This question is mainly for people who know how to edit regitry or ini
files
> of catalyst (or omega) driver.
>
> I have a laptop with wxga screen. Native res is 1280x800. But it runs only
> at 60Hz. Now I know for lcd refresh rate don't matter, but at 60Hz, my
mouse
> pointer is NOT smooth. So I want to add 1280x800 @85Hz in drivers (or
> registry).
>
> I tried "mobility mod tool", while it adds all other laptop res (like
> 1280xx768, or 1400x1050) at 75,85,100hz, it only adds 1280x800 at 60Hz :( 
>
> I have experience in editing catalyst and omega ini files before, so feel
> free to comment.
> Can anyone help me out?
>
>
!