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If the monitor only displays 640x480 & 16 colors, it sounds like the display adapter is using standard windows svga drivers. (Unless you have a VERY old monitor that can't display more than that.) Have you tried reinstalling the drivers that came with your video card ?

Click on "start", then "Run".
type in "msconfig" (no quotation marks)
It should open the system configuration-thingy.
If it is set to anything other than "normal startup" (ie diagnostic startup), change it back to "normal startup". Click "apply", "ok", and then restart your computer. You will hopefully be able to change your settings again.

If everything fails change your video card

Thanks.If this solution works for you then please rate me.

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