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If you are running windows, either open the control panel and select "display" or right-click (try touching also) on a blank area on your desktop. select "screen resolution" and try to change it there. Only the supported display modes should appear.
Since you are running a touch screen display, there are probably only a few options you can choose. This is due to the nature of how a touch screen operates.
According to your system you have : 512MB DDR333 PC2700 Non-ECC Memory (512MB x 1) (One stick of 512MB)
The motherboard manual says this: System Memory Two 184-pin DDR DIMM slots Supports PC1600/PC2100/PC2700 memory Supports 64Mb/128Mb/256Mb/512Mb technology up to 2GB (This means you can have a total of up to 2 Gigabytes of RAM)
If you upgrade your RAM, you will need to make sure that you get the correct type.
If you want to keep the RAM you have, you will only be able to have 1.5 GB of RAM because you only have two slots to work with. If you want to upgrade to the full 2 GB, you will need to buy 2, 1 GB sticks.