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Installed windows vista and now I have resolution problems

The only setting that works or shows well is 640 x 480 and under these conditions all screens look like they are made for a person who has problems see things everything other resolution is bad

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Get an application called Unknown Devices and find out what your Video Adapter is and get the appropriate drivers.

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How do I change my screen resolution?


If you want to change screen resolution in windows vista
1.Click "Start."
2. Click "Control Panel."
3. Click "Appearance and Personalization."
4. Click "Personalization."
5. Click "Display Settings."
6. Move the slider under Resolution. The resolution changes as you move the slider.
7. Click "Apply

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I bough the LCD model VA2231w- LED every time I turn it on then it pop up that change the resoluyion to 1920/ 1080P I don't know how to do it. So please help. Thanks Thai Nguyen


This would be the Native resolution. That your display functions and displays best in.
Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
(1) RIGHT mouse click over your desktop.
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Windows XP will differ - but same basic idea to navigate and make this fix.
Pictures show from a Windows Vista Machine (extremely similar to Windows 7)
(2) Click Display settings
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(3) Now you'll see a slider bar, Native Computer Display 1680x1050 resolution.
Some computers can not support this resolution and may cause non operational situations.
If the display setting is not on the slider bar. Chances would be that it's not a supported Resolution.
"Older computer" If the display doesn't show while trying different resolutions - do not click apply and wait. the screen will return to it's previous setting. ViewSonic VX2235 has a Setting that could be used to Disable this annoying message - Revert to ViewSonic lightdark_2.jpg

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How do I enlarge the screen to fill the monitor


You can resolve this by checking your computers resolution. How you do this depends on the operating system (ie. XP, vista, Windows 7). In windows XP, click start-->control panel--> display...then under the settings tab you should see a resolution slider. Change that setting to your desired preference. If you are using windows 7 or vista, you can right click on a blank space on your desktop and click "Screen Resolution" . If screen resolution does not exist, just click on "Personalize" and change the resolution settings from there.

Hope this helps

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Frequency out of range


First of all press F8 key several times before window boots and then select last known good configuration otherwise go in safemode and then set the screen resolution to minimum.

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I have a Mag Innovision 2200W Monitor. I messed with the settings, and now I get a ''mode not supported'' error. The computer is running in the background, and works with other monitors, but not this one....


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To resolve this issue connect a monitor which is working with the Computer. Now right click on desktop and select properties(if windows XP) or personalize/screen resolution (if windows vista / 7)-> Now click on settings tab (windows XP) or change the resolution of your monitor-> Choose a lower resolution rate maybe 800X600. Now try connecting the other monitor with your Computer and it will work.

If not then check for the refresh rate of your monitor, adjust it to 60 Hz. You can adjust refresh rate from settings tab->advanced button(in XP). Screen resolution/Display settings(under windows 7/vista)->Advanced setting->monitor tab ->refresh rate.

This will surely resolve your issue.

Daniel Scott

Jun 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Had a power outage when it came back on the monitor font and resoultion if huge I tried to change the pixels but couldn't


you can change the resolution from the display properties of your computer.

if you're using windows xp:

right-click on desktop > properties > settings. then try to change the resolution.

if you're using windows vista/7

right-click on desktop > screen resolution then change the settings.

**if nothing happens.

check the software of your graphics/video card (nvidia etc.) i believe there is an option there where-in you can change the resolution of you computer. check if it works.

** if nothing happens

check if the driver software is installed.

for windows xp:

right-click on my computer > properties > hardware then click on device manager.

for windows vista/7:

right-click on computer > properties > device manager (left side of the window.)

when you're at device manager window, check if there's any question marks. if there is. re-install the driver and see if it works.

let me know if it solved the problem.

Feb 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Settings too low


Right-click on your desktop. You are not going to look for a "monitor" but you're going to be looking for "display properties."
So, after you right click on the desktop, click on the properties and it should show you the resolution in the lower left of the window (assuming you're using XP) Vista and Windows 7 use "personalize"\."
Anyway, assuming the correct video drivers are installed, you can change the resolution within those menu items.

Nov 13, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I have a new wireless mouse with usb plug in and it has changed my screen. It has stretched it out and is distorted. How can I go back to what I had?


Hi, What you could do is do a system restore.

In Windows XP go to Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then System Restore.

With Windows Vista go to the vista start button4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.png and search for System Restore in the search box.

If that does not work then the wireless USB mouse has changed your screen resolution.

Windows XP: Right click on your desktop, go to Properties, then go to the settings tab and change your screen resolution.

Vista: Click the vista start button4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.png then go to Control Panel. Then click Appearance and Personalization, then click Display Settings. Under Resolution, move the slider to the resolution you want, and then click Apply.

I really hope this helped and please do let me know if it has sorted your problem.

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Pc relocator program


Dear Sir/Madam,
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RESOLUTION loadTOCNode(1, 'resolution'); Locate and then close the files loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution');To resolve this issue, locate, and then close Idriver.exe and Msiexec.exe.

To do this in Microsoft Windows XP, follow these steps: 1. Open the Task Manager. To do this, click Start, click Run, type taskmgr, and then click OK. 2. In the Processes tab, in the Image Name column, find idriver.exe and msiexec.exe. 3. Select each instance of both processes, and then click End Process. 4. Click Yes on each Task Manager Warning popup window that you receive. 5. Close the Task Manager.To do this in Windows Vista, follow these steps:

Windows Vista loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); 1. Click Start and click Control Panel. 2. Click User Accounts and Family Safety. 3. Under User Accounts, click Add or remove user accounts. 4. Click Create a new account. 5. Type in the account name. 6. Select the account type: Standard or Administrator. 7. Click Create Account. Select the account you just created. 8. Click Create a password. 9. Type in a password for the user account and an option password hint. 10. Click Create password. 11. Log off your current account, log back in using your new account. 12. Start the installation. Perform a clean boot procedure

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