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Wyse wt3235le running on windows 2000 server

After I did a netxfer flash the screen size change back to default I have change this before and forgot the steps to increase the screen resolution for the desktop. thanks steve

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Re: wyse wt3235le running on windows 2000 server

OK What ya do is right click the desktop and go down to properties.. open this and there ya should be able to adjust ya resoloution and colour... It's max is 1024 x 768.

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