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November 15, 2011 9:00:44 PM

PLEASE FORGIVE MY GAME RELATED PROBLEM BUT I THINK IT"S ALL IN ONE.

Ok so I never ever had problems with my PC until now,I got a Q6600,9800GTX and 4 gigs of ram on Vista 32,I have an LG 42" LCD 42LD450 TV that I hooked to my PC with an 15 pin RGB cable so here is the problem,as you can see from this screenshot something is rly weird with the setup,I'm not a computer wizard but also not a caveman.This however murders my logic,here it is http://i836.photobuc.../Untitled-1.jpg I had to fabricate/customize the 1920x1080 resolution in the nvidia control panel so that it could used in the Vista display setting HOWEVER after a restart Vista totally forgets about this small change and decides to go to a god knows why weird "default?!?!" resolution 1600x1024 and I have to go back in the nvidia control panel and change it from there back to 1920x1080 now this is irritating but not as much as my question,WHY the 1920x1080 resolution doesn't show up in the Skyrim launcher,it show up only when i select Window Mode,WHAT?RLY? And It works in window mode I get that window line from the game on top and from time to time the game stops working,ALSO if you notice in my screenshot at the Display Setting "Generic Non-PnP Monitor on etc...this somehow seems alien to me,I don't know what to do please someone help me out here.

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November 15, 2011 9:11:21 PM

Your link is dead, but are you sure that your TV has a native resolution of 1920x1080? A mate of mine has a 50 inch, and when I plugged my laptop into it much to his disgust its native resolution was 1366x768 - I couldn't put it any higher than that.
November 16, 2011 9:56:03 AM

sam_fisher said:
Your link is dead, but are you sure that your TV has a native resolution of 1920x1080? A mate of mine has a 50 inch, and when I plugged my laptop into it much to his disgust its native resolution was 1366x768 - I couldn't put it any higher than that.

no dude I wound not be posting this if that was true,look here it's his native resolution... http://techcrunch.com/2010/09/01/review-lg-42ld450-lcd-...
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