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Monitor resolution My monitor resolution will only set to 640x480 It has no other options in my properties menu to choose from. I would like for it to be the normal 1200x800 or so

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Hi,

It is possible that it is not a monitor problem but rather a video card issue. If in your desktop display properties you have only 1 selection (640 X 480) then you need to install the necessary drivers for your VGA/Video chipset.

Pls post back video/graphics details. If you have a built-in to the motherboard, post the brand/model of your PC. If it is an add-on video card, pls post brand/model. It would be of help if you can also post your operating system.

Good luck and kind regards.

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