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I have an IOComm CM 4028.  Which happens to not be supported by Windows 95.  And apparently, the company is out of business or something. . . The thing is that I would like to be able to run my monitor at higher resolution than 640x480 considering that it should be good up to 1024x768.  If it makes any difference, I have all the speck on the monitor and will include them below in case there is another type that matches the monitor you might know of out there.  Oh and I'm running an S3 Trio64V+ video card.  Thanks
sgray@atmos.umd.edu
Monitor Specks:
CRT 14", 90deg deflections
Phosphor/Dot Pitch P22, 0.31mm/0.28mm
Horiz Scan Freq:  31.5kHz/35.2kHz/35.5kHz
Vert Scan Freq:  50~90Hz
Video Bandwidth:  40MHz(-3dB)
Color Display:  Unlimited
Display Resolution:  1024x768
There are more specks but that should be enough.
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you should be able to use generic svga display type when you run setup for 95.
go to control panel\display\settings\change display type. just pick the standard svga type and reboot your machine. this works fine on my system and I can get all the way to 768x1024 with 24bit color although things slow down considerably after 256 colors.
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