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I changed some options in the resolution section on my laptop and now all my screen is massive, how do i get everything back to normal size????

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Restart the computer and press f8 key continously ,now you will come to advance mode > select enable vga mode 640*480..now login with your username and password and set the screen resolution ........................that's it...........
Good luck.

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