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I have installed Windows 7 in my Pc with the monitor Sync Master 920 NW and the maximum resolution available 1280 X 768 when the max resolution of the monitor is 1440 x 1024.

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Download the correct graphics driver.
If you have a Graphics card, download the driver from either Nvidia or ATI.
If your graphics chip is on the motherboard, download the driver from your manufacturers support page

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