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Resolution & picture problem

Hi,
1) I can't set the pic res. higher than 176x144 !! 
The settings app. in the taskbar (for SnapShot) doesn't have any other resolution option. How to set higher resolution?
Do I have to download some other application or...

2)
The colours in the picture look like the night mode is always on. (Black hair showed grey...)



(WinXp + SP2)
Thanks!
Mike

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Solved it... :D
Well, the resolution option depends up on application that uses the camera at that moment... Dumb or not, this could have happened to anyone who used it with no additional software ( just with "My Computer -> MSI Star Cam 370i " icon )..

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