WHY CAN'T I GET NORMAL SCREEN AT BOTH PANEL WHEN USING 1280*800 LVDS PANEL THAN ADJUST TO 800*600 RESOLUTION UNDER WIN7?
When using a dual 1280800 LVDS panel and adjusting the resolution to 800600 under Windows 7, it is not possible to obtain a normal screen on both panels.
This limitation is due to the chipset used, specifically the Cedar Trail chipset, which only supports one panel scalar.
As a result, the resolution adjustment affects both panels simultaneously, preventing the normal display on both.
If you encounter this situation where you require dual panels with different resolutions, we recommend considering an alternative solution such as the EPIC-HD07.
The EPIC-HD07 offers enhanced capabilities and flexibility to support dual panels with different resolutions, providing a more suitable option for your specific application requirements.
By opting for a system that supports multiple panel scalars or offers greater flexibility in resolution adjustments, you can ensure a normal screen display on both panels simultaneously, meeting your display needs effectively.