Question about Dell Latitude D620 Notebook
Somehow the screen resolution is 'stuck' at 800 x 600. I go into the Control Panel -> Display -> Settings and change the resolution slider to 1280 x 800, hit Apply, but when the laptop reboots the screen resolution is back to 800 x 600. How do you get the change to 'stick'?
Initially, pls check if the Display Drivers are installed by having a look inside Device Manager. There should not be any yellow or red marks particularly on VGA Controller or Display. Additionally, pls check the laptop's Display Properties (Control Panel) and verify in the Settings tab, Advanced button, that the monitor selected is an LCD/TFT.
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Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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