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In Xp right click on the desktop and select Properties->Settings->Resolution. Here you will get all the options that the combination of your display adapter and monitor can take. select any that you want and Windows will show to the new resolution and ask you if you like it. Accept if you like it else Cancel it and select one lower or higher till you are satisfied. Go up one notch at a time.
assuming that u r a professional.. i guess there is no problem with ur monitor, it sounds like itz due to graphic adapter..either the adapter on ur system main/mother board/agp/pci/pcie is damaged or itz simply 'driver corruption'.. don't panic..check for driver update/download n reinstall graphic/display driver.. however, 1st make sure that the Screen Resolution (1024x768 or as applicable) and Color Quality (32 bit or as applicable) is correct..from Display Settings->Settings tab.. always better to contact system admin/vendor....
This problem may occur due to wrong driver of display card or wrong display settings.
Solution: 1- Start you computer in safe mode. 2- Remove display card driver. 3- Restart you computer. 4- Install display card driver (if it does not pick automatically).
Now it should show default settings. I hope it would solve your problem.