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Lost the screen resolution 1600X900. How do I get it back? Its a Dell S2009W. Worked fine until I had computer problems. Now all my photo people are fat.

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Windows 7 - Start, Control panel, Adjust screen resolution, Detect, apply OK.
I have a Dell ST2010 and have to do this every powerup as it forgets...
If anyone knows how to fix that I'd be grateful...

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You can set the resolution on the computer. Right click an empty space on the desktop and then click Properties. In the properties dialog box click Settings. Now use the slider to change the resolution. Click apply.

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