Chromatic Research, Inc.
Unzip the file anywhere on the hard drive. From the control pannel double click "ADD/REMOVE HARDWARE", now choose "ADD/TROUBLESHOOT DEVICE", When hardware detection is complete choose "ADD NEW DEVICE", "NO I WANT TO CHOOSE FROM THE LIST", "DISPLAY ADAPTERS", "HAVE DISK", now browse the folder you unziped to the hard drive and open the folder MPACT_DRIVER_2K_NT. Now choose "MPACTNT.INF".. Click on okay, let Windows Assign this program. Your computer will request to reboot, SAY YES. When your computer comes back on the resolution will be pure.
Please note this is an expiremental driver that was obtained from the site below. It may or may not work for XP users. I was installing my XP Pro but could not find a suitable driver. Perhaps another day I will try and upload my findings.