Author Topic: Reconfiguring the Screen to 1366x768 pixels  (Read 1233 times)

agena@alex

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Reconfiguring the Screen to 1366x768 pixels
« on: September 13, 2014, 10:01:54 am »
Hello,

is there a solution to convince eCS to be run in 1366x768 mode ?

vcfgcid /RES:(x):(y):(resolution) /RR:(refresh rate)

fortunately does not allow such experiments. Which is fine.

Alex
« Last Edit: September 13, 2014, 10:03:35 am by agena@alex »



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Re: Reconfiguring the Screen to 1366x768 pixels
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2014, 02:50:25 pm »
What video driver are you using, SNAP or Panorama?  The resolution you quote appears to that of a laptop, my Acer has 1440 x 900 without problems under SNAP.

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Re: Reconfiguring the Screen to 1366x768 pixels
« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2014, 07:55:45 pm »
Hello,

is there a solution to convince eCS to be run in 1366x768 mode ?

Alex

If SNAP: from SNAP dir

gamode add 1366 768 32


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Re: Reconfiguring the Screen to 1366x768 pixels
« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2014, 11:00:58 pm »
If the driver is Panorama, it should be simple to set the resolution using Panoutil.exe.

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PanoUtil 13-Feb-2013 Written by David Azarewicz
For use only when a compatible Panorama is installed
Usage:
  PanoUtil [switches] function
  Switches:
    -v : verbose
  Functions:
    -i : display adapter information
    -q : query current MTRR settings
    -p [d:] : Reset PM resolution to 800x600 on drive d:
    -r [d:] : Reset custom resolution to default on drive d:
    -d 0|1 [d:] : Enable/Disable custom resolution logic on drive d:
    -c X Y [d:] : Set Custom resolution to X Y on drive d:
    -e 0|Clk,H,V,Hbl,Vbl,Hof,Hw,Vof,Vw [d:] : Set custom EDID on drive d:
    -s [d:] : Show custom resolution status on drive d:
    -n 0|1 [d:] : Enable/Disable Use Native Resolution on drive d:
    -m <base> <size> <flag> : Modify specific MTRR
       base is in hex
       size is in decimal and must have a k or m suffix
       flag is 0 for disable, 1 for enable
       example: PanoUtil -m d0000000 64m 1
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