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Screen Resolution Not Up To Minimum Standards


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I am running windows seven with a NVIDIA 6600 GT video card, a Samsung 21" SW Monitor.

AMD Processor with 2 GB Ram.

When I click on the DVD button on the Creator 10 page an error message appears telling me my Monitor resolution is not up to the minimum requirements. I am running the resolution much higher than the minimum.

I have tried updating all the drivers and I have set the resolution from high to low, it still shows the same error message.

Needing some help with this one.

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I am running windows seven with a NVIDIA 6600 GT video card, a Samsung 21" SW Monitor.

AMD Processor with 2 GB Ram.

When I click on the DVD button on the Creator 10 page an error message appears telling me my Monitor resolution is not up to the minimum requirements. I am running the resolution much higher than the minimum.

I have tried updating all the drivers and I have set the resolution from high to low, it still shows the same error message.

Needing some help with this one.

 

Why not post the Screen Resolution your running at now?

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I am running windows seven with a NVIDIA 6600 GT video card, a Samsung 21" SW Monitor.

AMD Processor with 2 GB Ram.

When I click on the DVD button on the Creator 10 page an error message appears telling me my Monitor resolution is not up to the minimum requirements. I am running the resolution much higher than the minimum.

I have tried updating all the drivers and I have set the resolution from high to low, it still shows the same error message.

Needing some help with this one.

I have been informed by tech support to change my default font to 64 in windows seven this has allowed me to access the program. Thanks for the information.

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