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I cant get monitor to go to a higher resolution in windows vista stuck at 1024-764

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Check your grahics card to make sure it supports higher resolutions. It may be that you have it already set to highest supported by your video card. Hope this helps.

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Most Likely: Your screen resolution needs to be 1024x768.
Less Likely: You have an Appearance scheme such as Large Contrast.

Solution: Access Control Panel, select Display, then Settings tab and then move the slider to the above or higher resolution.

In the Theme or Appearance tab (depending on OS) choose a generic Theme or Color Scheme.

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