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When i upgraded my winXP to win7 my display only gives me 800x600 resolution

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Did you install a new windows 7 driver?

Windows XP and 7 Does not share the same driver.

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Note sure if you have the steps to manually change your display settings in Windows 7 but the link below will help you do this.

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I would like to know if Adobe PageMaker is usable with Windows 7.


PM6.5 is very old in software years. Read here http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/328/328682.html about what Adobe says.

Realistically, you should either install PM6.5 on a Win2K PC or move to InDesign.

You can create a virtual WinXP with Win7 using Virtual PC, but for PM6.5 it's unproven and an extemely lengthy work around.

I think you can upgrade to a newer more compatable version ......cut and paste this to go to the upgrade page for more info http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/Windows-7/en-us/Details.aspx?type=Software&p=Adobe%20PageMaker&v=Adobe&uid=7&l=en&pf=3&pi=1&os=64-bit

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My Philips 42FD9934 on win7 64 can not keep resolution 1280x1024 in normal mode.Only in safe mode.


In safe mode laptops/pc's use a basic 800X600 video. Maybe your TV is not accepting that high resolution. Check your TV manual for the specs. and set your pc accordingly.

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FPD1960 TFT LCD Monitor that turns on and you see the Windows Screen, and then goes black. Each time I turn it off and then back on, it repeats this pattern. All cables are securely fastened, I am using...


Windows is using a video mode the LCD monitor can't display. The cable doesn't matter in this case. It's an issue of the refresh rate and the resolution set in the system.

When the system boots, hit F8 just before the Windows splash screen would come up. Start the computer in safe mode with networking support. It should be able to come up in safe mode because the resolution will go to 640x480 or 800x600 by default.

Once you get to the desktop, go under the desktop properties. Hit Advanced. then go under the monitor tab. Make sure the monitor is defined. If it says generic display it will give you resolutions and refresh rates you can't use. If it isn't defined, you can install the driver under properties.

Finally, set the default resolution to something easy like 800x600 and try the refresh around 60-65hrz.

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Right click on your desktop, go to properties. On display property click on settings then change the screen resolution to 800x600. hope that help get back to me if that error persist.

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Without knowing any more about your system I can only give you a couple of general ideas.
First try updating to the newest video card drivers possible.
You can try going to the drivers tab in display adapters in device manager and click update drivers.
Failing this, if your system is more than a few years old you will probably have to update to a more current video card to get the resolution that you need.
The native resolution for your screen is 1280x1024.

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Your upgrade options
If you want to upgrade your system to Windows XP, the first thing you need to do is verify that it meets the system requirements for the newer operating system.
You will need:
  • Windows 98 or later version of Microsoft Windows operating system.
  • At least a 233Mhz processor. Any manufacturer (AMD, Intel, IBM, VIA, etc.) will do.
  • At least 128MB of system memory.
  • 1.5 Gigabytes of free hard drive space (note that you should have at least 3 gigabytes if you want to do any meaningful work with your system after the upgrade).
  • A CD-Rom or CD/RW drive.
  • Mouse and keyboard (either USB or PS/2).
  • A video adaptor and monitor capable of displaying 800x600 resolution. If you are not sure about this, change the resolution within Windows 98 by right clicking on an empty area of the desktop and selecting 'properties' then going to the 'settings' tab. The resolution slider is at the bottom left. Set it to '800x600' and click 'apply.' If your screen is still legible, you are fine. If the 800x600 option is unavailable, you may need to upgrade your video adaptor before upgrading Windows.
Note that if the screen becomes scrambled, blank or unreadable, you will probably need a new monitor as your current one cannot handle the required resolution. If your system meets the minimum requirements for Windows XP, it's time to find out which version of the operating system you can upgrade to.

This is Microsofts recommendations


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