1 Reply Latest reply on May 5, 2011 9:39 PM by edwardzh

    How can I get the recommended screen resolution on my computer?


      I just purchased an HP 2311x 23" LED Monitor.  I have a Dell Dimension E310 (Windows XP Pro, SP3) and the graphics card is an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver and when I went into the Information section of the driver it says that 1920 x 1080 is a supported mode.  However, when I went into Display properties for the monitor and put the slider all the way to the end it only went to 1400 x 1050.  I went on Intel's site and ran their driver program and it said that my driver was current.  As I'm sure you can tell, I know nothing about graphics and how all that works. I'm assuming the 1920 x 1080 would make the graphics on the monitor clearer.  I've already downloaded the software from the CD that came with the monitor.  What else should I look at and is there a solution for this?  I want to get the best picture I can get and it seems to me if I can't get the recommended screen resolution then I'm not getting the full benefit of this monitor.