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I try to change my display size from 800 by 600 to higher and right ufter that my video card show massege that OUT OF RANGE.What can I do to bring my display original size back the way it was.

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Boot into Safe Mode and restore your display settings. Tap F8 during the boot process after the memory test until you get the boot menu, choose Safe Mode, wait for the system to boot, - it will look really strange - restore your display settings, reboot normally

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