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Screen resolution issue

I had increased the screen resolution on my computer, and then I lowered back to where it was originally. Upon decreasing the screen resolution, my screen went black. Every attempt at restarting my computer just ends up in a black screen (it will show the windows flag waving as it is starting, but it goes black after that, so I cannot get into any of my files). How can I get my screen back? The monitor also serves as a tv.

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Use the "F-8" key at boot to get into safe mode. You should then be able to fix the resolution/refresh rate conflict while in safe mode, and get back to normal.

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