I need a driver for an LG 32LG5700 LCD TV. Its easy enough to get Windows in the correct resolution, but if I load an older game (Civ 3 on Steam, for example), it switches the display to over 60Hz and the TV can't display it.
Is there a driver, or a way to limit the refresh rate to 60Hz?
I think I deleted the wrong registry keys in an attempt to fix the memory of size and location of opened windows. I followed some advice on a google and sadly now all the items on my desktop stack to the left no matter what I select.
I am using the 7100 RC x64 and all was appearing great, however i am having a problem with its memory usage. After boot and in normal use it seemed fine, however i noticed first when i copied a 3gig file that the memory usage filled up along with it as it transferred but after the copy was complete the memory stayed full and as i type this now have 60mb free and it will stay like that until i reboot.
I rinsed and repeated and tried the same with an install involving large data files and again as it installed the memory filled up and after install completed the memory is all still in use (4gb btw). I looked on the internet and i cant see anything other than people saying how good its memory management is.
Additionally i am also seeing one of my cores at 90% (Duo). I have run malicious software tools and avast system scan and i have no idea where to go with this.
Prior to this i was running vista x64 with no problems at all, can anyone offer any advice?
I just picked up a new monitor. It's a Samsung 2033 SW. 1600 X 900 with a 5Ms response time. It's only giving me one option. 60 hertz. Is this normal? My other one is very similar Samsung 932 BW+. 1400 X900 at 2Ms response. It's gives me a choice of 60 or 75 hertz.
I don't think it has anything to do with the video card or driver. Perhaps the driver for the monitor itself. I have the latest one from MS update for both monitors.
Also, how much does this matter. I have been told to go with the higher rate if possible. Do any of you know if this is the norm? Does it have to do with the difference in response time?
I am using 2 Windows 7 Professional 64 bit machines and 1 Windows 7 Professional 32 bit machine on a wired Ethernet network.
The network works very well with one issue. When I add a new folder on one machine and try to access that new folder from another machine the new folder does not appear. I must disconnect the network drive from the machine with the new folder then map a new drive. When I map the new drive the new folder displays in Windows Explorer on the second machine.
This is very frustrating when I want to add an email attachment file from another machine and it won't display until I disconnect and re-map the drive.
I just got a new computer with Win7 however when I create a new file, change a name of a file, put a file into the recylce bin, it doesn't show the effect and I must manually refresh explorer. I think this could be a registry problem but the only thing I did in the registry was change my username. So now I'm lost
I have 7, 64 bit, running on an HP and have been keeping pretty up to date on my drivers.amd a4 3300 processor with graphics card, and 4 g ram.When trying to use menus, the window or entire screen will seem as though it refreshes, closing the menu, i can watch the bar across the top of windows flash as if it had just disappeared for a split second and the menu is gone, leaving me to reopen it, but at a second or less between these refreshes I have to be quick on the pointer to get to what I want. It seems to happen on any menu item, including all drop downs, wether im right clicking a start menu pined item, a choice dropdown on a webpage, a setting dropdown, etc. it doesnt alwasys do this but more often than not. It seems like I can sometimes restart the pc and it will work, but it often will do it right at startup. I hadnt noticed it til I connected the VGA out AND the HDMI out to the same tv (dont know why I did it at the same time, I think to compare the cropping). Also, I used system restore to go back to before a bunch of updates and it seemed to fix it, but that might just be because the pc restarted in the process.
I just installed Windows 7 64bit to try it out and so far its a pretty nifty change from xp, however if I can't solve this problem I'll have to change back to xp.
I have a 19" Samsung Syncmaster 957mb CRT monitor, the native desktop resolution is 1280x1024@85hz , but I run CS 1.6 in 800x600@100hz usually, however when I launch CS now, with the same launch options as I had in XP, the game starts up in window mode.
If i remove -freq 100 (forcing the monitor to 100hz) in launch options, it starts fullscreen in "800x600", however if i check my monitors OSD and look at the display timings, its tells me that the current resolution is my desktop resolution (1280x1024) and the same refresh rate, 85hz.
edit: To be short, the game is supposedly in 800x600, yet my monitor believes itself to be in 1280x1024?
Currently I can't find drivers for my monitor, so it only shows up as a PnP monitor, but this shouldn't be a issue, and my nvidia drivers are up to date.
I need to constantly refresh my RTM desktop to apply any changes i do ( copy files, delete files, etc) For example when I delete something, I have to click refresh in order for it to go away from the desktop to the recycle bin.
I've had Windows 7 for a while now, and for a few weeks, with no solution, my desktop icons have been refreshing themselves every 10 seconds and it's very annoying. I added the string Max Icons Cache with a value of 8192 to my Explorer registry in regedit but apparently thats an XP thing. I can't figure this out and it's driving my crazy! I'm clean of viruses because i've done plenty of scans.
Now Im using an old monitor LG 700s, and for some weird reason I cannot change the resolution to 1152x864 on 75 hz...I just get 60 hz (lot of screen flicker) option and nothing else, updated to the latest win 7 nvidia drivers released today, updated the monitor drivers as well, but Im not getting that refresh rate.
The funny thing is the monitor does support 1152x864 75 hz according to the monitor specs and I have it tunning on that resolution on both Win XP sp3 and Windpws Vista SP1 both 32 bit.
What am I doing wrong, or is it just an issue with the drivers since its a new OS and its gonna take a lot of time for nvidia to fix...if it is an issue on their part?
System specs: C2D 3.0ghz, 2 gb ram, 1000mhz, OS WIn 7 64 bit RC 7100, Graphics-8600GT
I can't seem to keep my desktop icons from refreshing on EVERY bootup. I tried all the reg hacks for Max Cached Icons such as Windows 7 - Increase Icon Cache Size*|*MyTechSupport.ca It's not a big deal, I don't think this should be happening.
I use Dexpot, a multi desktop manager, but I don't think it's causing this.