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I need to replace my display card for to get a resolution of 1440x900?

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Try this. Make sure you are at the desk top screen. Right click your mouse click on properties. When the display properties comes up select the settings tab. Now you will see the display properties and you can adjust tho get a higher resolution screen. Hope this helps.
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Good day sir/maam, you dont need to replace your display card to get the 1440 x 900 resolution, it's on the LCD monitor capability to display it. check your LCD manual if its capable for displaying the 1440 x 900 resolution. If yes then make sure that you install the device driver on you existing display adapter. the display adapter and the LCD screen usually talks to each other to display this resolution. hope this helps.

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