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Pc display Whenever I reboot my pc display come in small than monitor and i reset display setting to 32 colors and change to full screen again .But when I finish working and again start pc same small screen come 8 bit color and hardware found message come whenever I start my PC

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This maybe due to lack of Video Card/Monitor drivers or the resolution is set to a small size. You will have to find out which video card you have, and if you have an LCD sometimes they come with drivers (Samsung LCDs have drivers). To find out what video card you have, you can usually go off the model name and number of your computer and get the drivers from your manufacturer's website. If it is a home built computer, you will have to look at the card/motherboard model and serial numbers to figure out the video card they use. Normally XP has a default video driver and it should not do a miniature resolution, but it happens sometimes.

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