(I have the same card, but different resolution --1680x1050)
It is a known issue that the beta nVidia driver
does NOT support 1440x900, and sadly the full nVidia
tools are also missing.
There is a program called power strip that can give you 1440x900, but I, personally have not used
EVGA also has a free program called RezChanger that may solve your problem.
"Jo" <Jo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
|I installed Vista RC2 onto a new computer with NVidea 7600 GS card. My
| monitor is a 19" widescreen with 1440 X900 resolution. The Nvidia drivers
| both the ones on nvidia's site now and the ones installed by Vista do no pick
| up the correct resoltuion for the monitor and I haven't been able to fix it
| no matter what. As a result, the display is fuzzy and distorted. (I have a
| much better picture on an old Dell with a Nvidia MX4 card that isn't even
| officially supported by Vista, though I'm not using the wide screen monitor
| on that computer.
| Second, when I installed the drivers from NVidia, it did not install the
| extra NVidea tools that are usually installed with the card. Info on the
| NVidia download page indicated they were included and it was a big download.
| Does anyone have any help or advice for me?