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Creator3d firmware update

Discussion in 'Sun Hardware' started by glennklockwood, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. Hello

    I recently purchased a Creator3D (the latest hardware revision, FFB2+
    I think it's called) with the hopes that I could use its vesa1600x1200
    resolution through a 13W3 to HD15 adapter. Much to my dismay, I found
    that the vesa 1600x1200 resolution option is only available on FFB2+
    with a more recent firmware. As I understand it though, there is no
    physical difference between the card I've got and the cards that can
    do the resolution I'd like.

    Is there any way to update the firmware of the card, or am I stuck?
    Or am I just trying to do too much with my card by getting 1600x1200
    on a pc display through an adapter?

    Thank you very much.

    Glenn K. Lockwood
     
    glennklockwood, Mar 18, 2009
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