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When I connect to the internet I get a box appear with the message:- Resolution notifier optimal resolution 1024 x 768 refer to users manual, as I do not have a manual I wonder if someone has the answer

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Go to control panel and then dispaly -> settings then change screen resolution to 1024*768 .

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