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Cannot change resolutions.(monitor)

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I coud`nt change display resolutions to 1024x768
as well as I could not open my mails or to send
kindly help me.
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This could be caused by a variety of problems:

1. The video/graphic card does not support that resolution because:

a. it does not have sufficient display memory (at least 2 or 4 megabytes is requiered, if you don't have this amount buy a new video card)

b. the video card driver has not been installed properly or is corrupted (reinstall the video driver)

2. The monitor does not support 1024x768 resolution


Change your resolution, follow this procedure:
http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/display_change_screen_resolution.mspx?mfr=true



Please provide your entire system specifications, including the monitor.

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Check you refresh rate. If you were using a lower resolution and increased your refresh rate, you may currently be set at a refresh rate that will not allow the 1024x768 resolution. Reduce your refresh rate first, then try.

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