4083 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Nov 22, 2009 10:43 AM by HendrikWe
What I forgot:
I was trying to use the Apple miniDVI to DVI adaptor and then a dvi to hdmi wire to connect to the monitor. when i use vga to connect to the monitor the full 1920 x 1200 are supported. maybe the dvi->hdmi connection is the real problem then. still looking for a solution (I really wouldn't want to buy another wire)...
p.s. there seems to be no "edit"-function, is there?
Hi, I too just got an HP w2448hc monitor to use with my new Macbook pro Unibody 3.0. I am going from the MBP out the mini display to DVI then DVI to the HP monitor. The problem I have is that even at full resolution text hurts my eyes to look at. It is not really fuzzy but something is wrong. I was on the phone to HP for an hour and they were useless any help would be so great! I've tried everything I can think of. I downloaded screenres x but that didn't seem to solve the problem. I am primarily using this monitor with Logic Pro 9 and firefox and I find that with the text looking fuzzy it is very straining on the eyes.
this is quite a late reply but just in case you haven't yet found a solution: I cannot say that it strains my eyes at all. I've been working with the monitor for 3 months now, sometimes for 8 hours straight and have nothing to complain about after my resolution problem had been solved! In fact I am very happy not having purchased the apple cinema display considering the two displays' cost benefit ratio...
Are you sure you're running the full resolution and not some streched setting ?!