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I presume you are referring to changing your screen resolution before a game. As games typically automatically change the screen resolution, I am a bit surprised by the query. On XP systems, you can right click on the desktop, select properties, select the settings tab, and you can alter the resolution in the drop down box. On Windows 7, click the start button, then control panel, then appearance and Personalization. Select from the drop down list the resolution you want and click apply. In Windows 8, you pretty much follow Windows 7 procedures but rather than using a drop down to pick a resolution, you use the sliding bar, then click apply. You might want to write down what the original resolution was set at before making any changes.
Perhaps there is a a way to change resolution in the "setup" or settings menu of the game.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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