10-22-2009 05:59 AM
I recently buy a Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 with Atom N280 and resolution 1280X720
I upgrade my Windows XP to Windows 7 everything when smooth except the Screen resolution that now is set maximum 1024X600.
The only option available is 1024X600 and 800X600
I try to find the 1280x720 through advanced option /adapter /list All Modes but nothing I download and install several win 7 drivers from Intel even today I try to fix this with the very new win 7 driver IN2VDO09WW5.exe but still nothing happens it stuck to 1024x600.
I also try all the suggestion I could find on the internet registry hack etc
Please someone Help
10-22-2009 08:36 AM - edited 11-12-2009 08:35 AM
Hi and welcome...
I know that new machine S10-2 with 1280x800 , maybe a similar to
this Resolution > 1024 x 576 / 600 to uncheck modes for monitor to get 1280x800 ..
I dont think that you get an answer so fast...
cause your machine is not now released worldwide ,
in germany i.e. S10-2 HD hits the streets since about 4 weeks...
if i found something to catch this problem .. . i´ll be back
Want more ? For further information to get the most of your S-Class machine
Windows 7 Install
Resolution > 1024 x 576 / 600 Works with XP Only
11-10-2009 02:48 PM
Hi , try
strange... other S10-2 HD (1280x720) user didnt have prob with official driver...
11-14-2009 06:06 AM
Hi again ...
can thread opener change thread title to this ... so its more clear thanks ..
S10-2 HD 1280 x 720 Windows 7 Driver show 1024 x 600 no option 1280 x 720
have to ask other user with HD Model installed Windows 7 ... same problem ?
HD model is new and windows 7 final is new ...
Windows 7 should normal automatic use the higher resolution ...
a fresh install with latest driver ...
but i know if you update windows 7 it will download own intel driver and try install over existing driver , could that the problem ..?
that problem i had have with windows final the first time ... windows 7 update switch off glass/aero due install over exitsting driver i switch to earlier driver and all glass/aero work with 1024 x 576 ... could that a similar problem to yours ?
please response to help you