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How to set 1400x900 resolution

How to set the resoluion 1400x900 60Hz?
I use:
* ATI RADEON HD 3200 (onboard)
* Monitor SyncMaster 931BW SAMSUNG
* Cable VGA (analog)
* WINDOWS 7 (32-bits)

This resolution 1400x900 its the recommended by monitor but it is not show in list of resolution.

With the current resolution, the image is opaque and bad, I had another video card on my motherboard before that and the image was perfect (in: 1440x900) with the same operating system and the same monitor.

List of all mode resolution uncked - hide mode unavailable resolution
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The display driver you have installed does not offer this resolution.  You can try windows update to find the correct driver.  This is an older monitor and you may have to try using a vista driver to get the correct resolution.
You appear to be using the default windows drivers for the video card.  See if you can download the drivers from the computer manufacturers web site or the ATI web site for your video card and try those.

If they don't work, then your card may not be able to perform that resolution.

Looks like you are using the default windows driver. Here's a link to the latest ATI driver
If that doesn't help here is the driver for the monitor
Multires: http://entechtaiwan.com/util/multires.shtm

Lets you set any custom resolution.
jefersonsvAuthor Commented:
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