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That is the correct value. That resistor just gets very hot and discolors the PC board around where it is soldered. You should be able to remove all of the old solder and scrape the resistor leg to get it bright, resolder the leg to the copper pad and you should be good to go.
Depending on the resistor, the values for a resistor is color coded, meaning that there are a couple of lines of colors and each color line represents a value. Do a google on Resistor coloring chart and you might find your answer. If the resistor is a surface mount one and very tiny, you might be out of luck as these are too small for the manufacturer to print the part number on. Only the manufacturer has that part number and can be very hard for you to contact them about.
One thing that will affect how clear the display is if the monitors resolution is set to the wrong value. your monitor must be set at at its native resolution of 1600x1200. Any other value will result in a degraded display.
There is usually an identical resistor somewhere else on the circuit board, so if you cannot read the colors of the burnt one, you can read the colors from an identical resistor on the same board. If you just replace the resistor, it will probably just burn out again or damage another component, you have to find the cause of the resistor burning out, most likely an electrolytic capacitor failing. Look for bloated or seeping capacitors and replace those as well. Also look for broken or burnt toroid coils.
Electrolytic capacitor usually blown up the top only in you can still reading the value in the body of the capacitor like the voltage and micro farad example 400V/33UF that's the value of the capacitor