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I've got the good resolution on my screen, accidentaly i deleted a program and my screen resolution turned awful. can anybody help me with that?

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What program did you delete? It may have been the drivers for your video card. For future reference, you should not "delete" or uninstall any program unless you are sure of it's function.

Now to resolve your resolution problem, in XP simply right click on your desktop select Properties>Settings tab. Ajust the resolution to the desired level. If a desirable resolution is not available, you may need to update the driver for your video card.

If you need to update the driver for your card, just post back on this thread.

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