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Resolution is determined by the display settings, up to the limits of the hardware. In windows, if you right-click on your desktop and select settings, click the "display settings" tab on the resulting window, you can select lower resolutions (icons etc. get bigger, less stuff fits on screen) if you desire. Be sure to click "apply"
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you need to be installing a graphics driver for your onboard graphics or your graphics card, the monitor driver won't change the resolution, when you installed XP there wouldn't have been a graphics driver installed, only a VGA driver to enable a 800 x 600 resolution.
Find out your card manufacturer or your onboard graphics or use the cd that came with the motherboard or card.
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