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Monitor resolution can't be changed

My Monitor is DAEWOO 15". I am working on 800x600 resolution. I want to change to 1024x768 but it can't be changed. Whenever I try to change,it will try by displaying black screen for a while but couldn't be changed. I have downloaded a latest graphics controller from, but also not working. Is it monitor driver problem ? pliz help ! With regards Gandhi

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Check your video card specifications
install some drivers for it

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Some 15" monitors do not support 1024 by 768, check your monitor specifications if it does. google on the net with the exact monitor model no. and see if it supports.

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

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