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GML2427 (MAG 24-inch LCD) unable to auto adjust

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May 3, 2010 4:50:01 AM

Hi all, I'm an owner of a GML2427 monitor (MAG 24-inch LCD) but I'm having problems adjusting it? It is unable to auto adjust for 1920x1080 (its native resolution) @60Hz under Windows 7 32bit. That is, the left part of the desktop is too long and cut off from the left side of the monitor. It was working perfectly under Windows Vista, but since my upgrade to Windows 7, the monitor doesn't seem to auto-adjust to these specs. The screen is so off to the side that it's even out of range of manual adjustment... My graphics cards are 2x Radeon HD4850 in Crossfire, so they are certainly not the problem (I've tried running non-crossfire, the problem remains). Is there any way to force the monitor to correctly auto-adjust? Thanks!
July 4, 2011 8:33:39 PM

khaidoba said:
Hi all, I'm an owner of a GML2427 monitor (MAG 24-inch LCD) but I'm having problems adjusting it? It is unable to auto adjust for 1920x1080 (its native resolution) @60Hz under Windows 7 32bit. That is, the left part of the desktop is too long and cut off from the left side of the monitor. It was working perfectly under Windows Vista, but since my upgrade to Windows 7, the monitor doesn't seem to auto-adjust to these specs. The screen is so off to the side that it's even out of range of manual adjustment... My graphics cards are 2x Radeon HD4850 in Crossfire, so they are certainly not the problem (I've tried running non-crossfire, the problem remains). Is there any way to force the monitor to correctly auto-adjust? Thanks!



I had the same problem. Solved it by downloading the latest drivers for the display adapter card (ATI Radeon). Hope this helps.
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