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By Brother has bought a game that requires 1024x720 screen res but we cannot change it in the display properties, any ideas if we can change it?
Those small ones usually have limitations on the screen resolution..my suggestion is to go to that website, where you will need the model number, and then find out. but it is clear that this one does NOT have that resolution capacity
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
Glad that you have solved this issue.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
So your brother has laptop, and you can't change the screen resolution, I will take a guess that most likely the screen resolution right now is 800x600 or 640x480 which most games won't work with. The most likely culprit why you are not able to adjust the video resolution is that he hasn't installed the video driver of the laptop yet. You should install the video card driver for your laptop in other for you to change the resolution of your desktop. I suggest that you download the latest video driver from the computer manufacturer's website.
Also if he is using a older laptop, the LCD screen on a laptop has a set maximum resolution that you can use only. Older model laptops can only go as high as 800x600 upto 1024x768. Most of the new laptop nowadays have a minimum LCD panel of 1280x800 widescreen. Check the PC manual to see the max resolution the LCD can handle.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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