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Screen resolution recently upgraded older pc to windows vista now everything on monitor is big and the resolution is stuck on 640/480 wont allow me to adjust how can i fix this

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You will need to load the Video card driver for Vista for the model card you have in the system. Once this is done, you will be able to adjust the resolution.

If you need assistance in finding the video driver, post the details of the make and model video card in the system.

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