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Small Screen Size after rebuild

I rebuilt my nx9010 and the Windows XP image size was about 1/4 of the size of the display. I have rebuilt this laptop without altering the display size. I cannot find anysettings that allow me to size the image to the full size of the display. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Had same problem sometimes you can adfust pixels to 800X600 or larder to repair but as in my case i had to flash the biois to repair it.

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» Driver - Graphics » Driver - Graphics - Intel

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Many thanks.

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