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zbiggy
07-11-03, 09:49 PM
Hello !

After upgrading to 44.03 in WinXP Pro I can not set vertical refresh rate other than 60 Hz. I use LCD NEC 1560NX via DVI and always had 75 Hz. If someone knows a trick to make 75 Hz modes visible again (without using older driver), tell me please !

volt
07-12-03, 07:11 AM
Have you removed the older driver? Also make sure you installed your monitor drivers and don't let Windows install "Plug & Play Monitor" or "Default Monitor".

The Baron
07-12-03, 10:19 AM
Refresh Force?

BigFish7
07-12-03, 10:59 AM
i had same problem on one of my cards
just do what volt said i did the same thing...
install you monitor's.inf and that should fix the problem.

APEXNETHOR
07-13-03, 11:32 PM
I use the 44.03 Dets for my Ti4600 card and use good ol Rivatuner v2.0 canidate12.4 for my WinXP Pro refresh rate fix. So far so good works like a charm.:D

zbiggy
07-18-03, 06:59 PM
It nothing helped. Do you have monitor connected via DVI cable like me ? I installed nvidia driver again, monitor driver again, tried to change by riva tuner 2.0 rc12.4 and nothing helped. I checked driver with 3d testing programs and know that driver reports to apps 60 Hz capability only.

saturnotaku
07-19-03, 12:09 AM
My monitor is connected via DVI, however I did not install a driver for my display. It shows up in display properties as "Plug and Play monitor on Radeon 9800 Pro." Only by doing this can I use 75 Hz at 1280x1024.

zbiggy
07-19-03, 06:21 PM
You use radeon driver for your Nvidia geforce card ?! Uninstall it immediatly and install nvidia detonator driver.

saturnotaku
07-19-03, 06:30 PM
Originally posted by zbiggy
You use radeon driver for your Nvidia geforce card ?! Uninstall it immediatly and install nvidia detonator driver.

WTF are you talking about? Look at my signature...what card am I running on my desktop machine? See that? ATI Radeon 9800 Pro.

But it doesn't matter, regardless of what card I have in my system, Radeon 9800, GeForceFX 5800 and 5900, if I leave my monitor set to plug and play I can always use 75 Hz at 1280x1024.