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Re: UFT startup crash; NOT processer speed!
Posted by: Moran, John Date: February 04, 2000 at 10:27:34
In Reply to: Re: UFT startup crash; NOT processer speed! by UFTEngineering of 11492

(blue wrote)
"While many 15" monitors cannot run extremely high resolutions, ones which are referred to as "Multisync" monitors CAN in fact run 1280x1024 and higher resolutions. Note that most users would need to be 1" away from the monitor, or have a magnifying glass to make use of it, or use exceedingly large font settings, but it is possible, and some people do it."

(john writes)
I would suggest that this is the point for a "Do not attempt this at home" disclaimer for those who do not already intend to replace their monitors.

Some of the older monitors, particularly the non-multisync variety (14 inch?) may fry at the required frequencies. So, even if you have the right driver and enough video memory don't try it, unless of course you are trying to sneak some new computer equipment by the spouse anyway.
-john-


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