Resolution problem on new ViewSonic connected to older MacBook Pro.

I have an older MacBook Pro, SN: W89194B271A using a NIVADIA GeForce 9400M Graphics Card. I just purchased a new Viesonic VX2450 LED Monitor. The monitor has a DVI-D input and the MacBook the standard mini output. My monitor calls for a resolution of 1920 x 1080, That resolution will not fill up my page on the monitor. It leaves a 1" space on each end. I have to go to a 1280 x 800 to fill up the page. Could this be because of my older MacBook? I ordered a new DVI-D cable which matches the input on my new monitor thinking I may have a bad cable. Anyone with any thoughts. The picture is great even though it is not the recommended resolution from Viewsonic.

  • Asked by John H from Little Rock
  • Jan 27, 2012
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