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You can change the resolution by right clicking the mouse while on the MS screen and you will get a popup window with a few options and 1 of them will be resolution. It is point and click after opening that page
why run dead XP?, is the PC ONLINE? or off/?
The USB plug and play is failing,
you do know MS killed dead Plug and Play for XP 4 years ago right?
the top failure of any pc running XP would be USB devices.
USB devices are extensive in scope, endless types
and top of the list are mice, and keyboards.(vast types exist))
The PnP engine scans the local driver cache first.
if no mouse (example 1) is found to match your unstated mouse
then it must do what? go on line, to MS.com
and MS pulled the plug..... just like they did
W2000 and vista. and XP 4+ years ago !
time to upgrade, for sure.
a counter argument would be that the virus magnet XP is infected.
as ALL ARE NOW and worse every day forward!! for eternity
need a new driver for Win7 for the SB card....for Win7 HW mafgs have not develoepd any drivers as the Win7 source code was not provided to the Hw nfgs by MS....
MS has develoepd std drivers for all HWs that can install any HWs....
you need to register with MS your copy of Win7 and download all updates and the SB card will auto install once all updates are done....