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VGA DRIVER CORRUPTED

MY SCREEN DOES NOT APPEAR CORRECTLY.
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I assume you are using Wide screen, right on the desktop. click personalise > settings > move the sider to 1400 x 900 or something that will fit your monitor.
let us know the results, thanx

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None are needed, Make sure the video input cable is properly
connected to the correct terminal, and that the
correct input mode is enabled. To illustrate,
when a VGA cable is connected to display a
computer screen, the PC input mode must be
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This is a 720p tv maximum on a PC is 1366x768 Use vga cable not HDMI, to connect to a PC

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Vga driver


> VGA DRIVER

VGA ==> Video Graphics Adapter

DRIVER ==> device-driver software to allow Windows to use the device

So, what manufacturer of video-card?
What model of video-card?
What Operating System are you using? XP? Vista?
To find the correct device-driver software, the above 3 questions need to be answered.

Have you looked on the "support" web-site for the manufacturer of the hardware?

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Red color shed appears in the display of any screen.


Try to find a recent driver for your vga card.

If that is not the solution, I'm afraid your card is broken or your display.

Feb 05, 2011 | Operating Systems

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My screen stoped working and it is on the lowest color quality and zoomed in to 800 by 600 pixels and i cant change it... can you help me?


Sir you need to reinstall your Graphics Card driver or VGA. For that follow these steps:

  1. Right click on the "My Computer'' icon.
  2. Click on " Properties".
  3. You'll see the System Properties pop up menu,Click on Hardware tab.
  4. Click on Device Manager.
  5. Device Manager pop up window would appear on screen, on that click on Display Adapters.
  6. If it shows your VGA card there then Right click on it and then on Update Driver.
  7. Or if it don't Right click on it and Uninstall it and then restart your computer.
  8. Then install your Graphic card from either Disc or any other file in your system where you placed the VGA driver.
  9. Make sure you install the compatible version for your windows.

Aug 04, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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After reinstalling xp my screen resolution is 640x480 in low I can,t move slide bar and i have 4 bit for colour do I need to install any drivers


You have to install the VGA driver from your MB driver installation disc, actually u can chose autorun so that drivers are correctly updated....................sodeep

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I cant start my computer because system32\driver\isanpn.sys is missing or corrupt


You need to replace that missing or corrupt system file. If you don't have your disk, you can borrow someone else's Windows XP disk (SP2) because you will need an XP disk to access the recovery console to replace isanpn.sys file.

Here's a link to the full steps on Microsoft's website to go to the recovery console and replace that file:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315311

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Iam using windows xp sp-2 ,


Faster way: Re install your Microsoft Windows.

Slower way: Try to work around by pressing F8 during booting process and choose "Boot in Safe Mode". Locate the problem that could be caused by hardware driver such as VGA etc.

Another possibilities:

It might be not your windows, but your hardware. Could be the hard Disk or the computer it self.

To define it you should provide us some more information, such as:

  1. Did the power supply turn up?
  2. Did the PRE BOOT (BIOS initialization) appeared in the first place before "the blank screen" appeared
  3. etc
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Go to dos command when there is a problem in booting


Hopefully you are using Windows XP. For fixing it up you need Windows CD and a CDROM Drive of your computer. Set First Boot Device to CDROM and Boot your computer using windows xp cd. Let the cd load all the drivers and when welcome screen comes. press "R" to enter recovery console.
Here it will search the operating systems located on your disk and a list will appear. Choose the Correct Location and enter administrator password. Copy NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM from I386 Folder on the CD to C:\(assuming C:\ is your BOOT Drive). It will ask you to overwrite, say "y". Run "chkdsk /p" to verify drive integrity. To verify boot.ini config type "Bootcfg /list" on the prompt. After Completing this type exit. Your System will reboot.

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