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Instalation Problem Iam student of Sunsolaris N/W, I had install the Sunsolaris 10 OS in my PC(CRT monitor, 80GB HDD,512MB RAM,AMD 64 Atholon). But after instation when the system is Reboot all the Images are showing 3 or 4 images, and I have VIA K8M890 Support CD ie for the Windows XP,what I had to do inorder to solve this Problem..... Please help me to solve the Resolution problem....please.......

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Re: Instalation Problem

Open controll panel, open display. Click the desktop tab, on the right side look for the word Position. Click the drop down menue & pick Stretch. Click Apply, than OK & close the display window. Hows that desktop looking now!
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If you cdrom is not set as a boot device from within the bios than make it so. Incert your WinXP pro cd into the cdrom. Boot to the cd & reinstall windows. I suggest letting windows do a format too.

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If you cdrom is not set as a boot device from within the bios than make it so. Incert your WinXP pro cd into the cdrom. Boot to the cd & reinstall windows. I suggest letting windows do a format too.

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