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I reloaded win xp get lowest res. cant get higher res

Every time i try to change to a hifher resolution i get and error on monitor that says its not at the right resolution input.

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Sounds like you need a driver for you video card go to driver.com

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The problem is likely to be screen resolution too high in windows 8. Boot it to safe mode, (which should be at a lower resolution) and reduce it down to the lowest setting. Reboot to normal mode and then adjust your resolution to a higher setting that works. Alternatively get (beg, borrow or ... otherwise obtain) a monitor with a higher resolution and make adjustments required.

If it does turn out to be a driver problem, you should also be able to fix this from safe mode.

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