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Input signal out of range

I recently uninstalled xp and installed and older version of xp pro but now when I change my screen resolution it says input signal of of range. how do I fix this?

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Did you mean "out of range". Try reloading video drivers. If that doesn't work, perhaps screen cannot use that resolution.

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