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Monitor display too low

When i finished install windows xp sp2,the display of the monitor turns in very low pixel and i cant increase the pixel and it stays in 4bit display.how can i back it to normal display?tnx

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Was this a re-install? It sounds like Windows does not have the drivers for your graphics card. Go into Device Manager and see what it says in there. It will give you info about the drivers or lack thereof. You can probably go online and get the drivers you need.

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