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To resolve this issue you may want to reinstall the video card drivers into the system. This should resolve you having to change the resolution every time you start up the computer. If you need to download the drivers for your Latitude E6400 you can click the link below and choose the the video card that you have installed in your computer.

Dell Latitude E600 Driver Download Page

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