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My monitor resolution is stuck on 1280 x 1024

My monitor is on 1280 x 1024 but needs to be on 1440 x 900
was working fine but i cannot get the monitor to 1440 x 900 ? the gfx is set to 1440 x 900

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You need to install the EXACT video card driver. what was currently installed driver might just be the compatible driver.

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