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My max pixels av available to chose on NVidia Ge Force 8500 GT is 1074 x 768, why? I use a vx2235wm monitor. I should have alot higher pixel option.

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If your monitor is vx2235wm and GRAPHIC CARD is NVidia Ge Force 8500 GT then it will shown much higher resulation then 1024 x 768

reinstall your Graphic CARD drivers, and then check your resulation is much higher then before ,

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