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Planar PL 2210w resolutions do not match resolutions on NVIDIA or Windows

Only the HD resoloution matches the available resolutions of my video card and settings in windows. However it's only a 22" monitor so when I use that setting everything is tiny and hard to read. Do other monitors use the aspect ratios that show up in Windows display settings or in the nVIDIA control panel?

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