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When I boot my system, it tells me the setting is

When I boot my system it tells me the setting is out of range - 1024 by 768. Also when I get into linux I am unable to select this resolution

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The native resolution for this mnoitor is 1280 x 1024 @60 Hz. It is either you do not have the correct driver installed for yor video card or your mnoitor has the problem inside.
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update ur bios

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