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Try to look for documentation on you lcd display.. usually lcd displays have a native resolution and attempting to work with a different one, although possible, is not recommeded. if you don't remember what your previous resolution settings were try to use system restore by going to start>all programs>accessories>system tools>system restore and restore to an earlier time (no data will be lost) and if you go back before you install adobe design.. you may have to reinstall it again.
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