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My guess is you running win xp or vista its pretty much the same.
Here is a good site there shows you to change the resolution
on your screen:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/personalize/resolution.mspx

Try also to upgrade your graphic driver you get a better picture if
you do that.


Hope this was helpfull.

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Black screen after changing resolution


Try setting your resolution back to the way it was and see what happens.

Maybe your monitor or video card is bad.

To isolate the problem try connecting another monitor to the computer. Borrow a monitor from a neighbor, friend, relative or co-worker and connect it to the computer. If the Borrowed monitor displays and works ok, then your original monitor is bad. If the Borrowed monitor does the same thing as your original monitor, then the video card inside the computer is bad.

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Tips on how to adjust computer's resolution and what needs to be considered


Everybody likes a nice looking display but of course it's beyond our control. Check out the things that we need to consider about the resolution adjustment.
  1. The highest resolution of the monitor.
  2. The resolution of the Video card.
Why? The monitor can only handle a limited resolution let's say you have a monitor that has a resolution of 800X600 and you have a video card with a resolution of 1280X1024, you can increase the resolution up to 1280X1024 but since your computer can only handle up to 800X600 the display will look really bad like a double vision. I hope you got the Logic of that. For example, personally, my built computer is not a high-end type of computer and the video card I'm using is a 512MB 2048x1536 but since my monitor can only handle 1024x768, that's what my resolution is. I move it up to a higher resolution, I get a black screen. Now, if you want to increase the resolution of your computer consider both the monitor and the video card. Of course it would be best if both the video card and the monitor has equivalent resolution or much better the monitor to have a higher resolution than the video card for upgrade purposes.

Now, to adjust the computer's resolution:
  1. Right Click on your desktop.
  2. Click on Personalize.
  3. Click on the Settings tab.
  4. There you will find the drop down for the resolution of the video card.
  5. Select the desired resolution. The higher the resolution, the finer it looks.
  6. If it gets blurry, black, or simply goes bad or grainy, it means that the monitor cannot handle that certain resolution, so lower it down.
  7. Click Apply.
  8. Click OK.
There you go! Should you have any questions feel free to post a reply on this post and I'll be more than happy to help you out with it. Thank you for choosing FixYa! Have a good one. A 4 thumbs up and a comment will be greatly appreciated.

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How to Adjust Computer Resolution and What needs to be Considered


Everybody likes a nice looking display but of course it's beyond our control. Check out the things that we need to consider about the resolution adjustment.<br /> <ol> <li>The highest resolution of the monitor.</li> <li>The resolution of the Video card.</li></ol> Why? The monitor can only handle a limited resolution let's say you have a monitor that has a resolution of 800X600 and you have a video card with a resolution of 1280X1024, you can increase the resolution up to 1280X1024 but since your computer can only handle up to 800X600 the display will look really bad like a double vision. I hope you got the Logic of that. Now, if you want to increase the resolution of your computer consider both the monitor and the video card. Of course it would be best if both the video card and the monitor has equivalent resolution or much better the monitor to have a higher resolution than the video card for upgrade purposes.<br /> <br /> Now, to adjust the computer's resolution:<br /> <ol> <li>Right Click on your desktop</li> <li>Click on Personaliza</li> <li>Click on the Settings tab</li> <li>There you will find the drop down for the resolution of the video card</li> <li>Select the desired resolution. The higher the resolution the finer it looks</li> <li>If it gets blurry or bad, it means that the monitor cannot handle that certain resolution, so lower it down.</li> <li>Click Apply</li> <li>Click OK</li></ol> There you go! Should you have any questions feel free to post a reply on this post and i'll be more than happy to help you out with it. Thank you for choosing FixYa! <br /> <br /> For computer information you can visit <a href="http://reyfrancisbasa2.blogspot.com">http://reyfrancisbasa2.blogspot.com</a>

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My pc has bad resolutions


Hook a external monitor to the video output usually on the back, if picture okay! the problem is in the LCD panel display, but if both screens show the same symptoms it is the video graphics card that is defective usually built into the motherboard. Try to lower resolution on the screen to see if it will improve video quality.

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My PC is Intel Dual Core 3.0GB with 2GB DDR RAM, Intel G41 chipset with built in Graphics card, Monitor- Philips 191V (LCD). I have Installed updated driver for graphics from Intel website. The graphics...


Intel Integrated Graphics will give decent resolution performance but is not an optimal graphics.
Ensure you are using the optimal resolution 1366x768 pixels. Using a lower resolution will give you a unsatisfactory display.
If you still don't like the graphics, you may need to add an expansion video card.

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Monitor comes on for a few seconds when I press the power button then switches off


this would mostlikely be due to bad resolution. Reboot into safe mode then lowert he refresh and resolution of the screen to a standard low resolution
then reboot to normal
increase the resolution slowly til you get to a level high enough for you that is compatible with the monitor

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What if the monitor will not display what is the problem...?


It could be a few things:
1. The monitor is bad (try it on another computer)
2. Your video card is bad (try another computer on your monitor)
3. Your resolution is set to a resolution not suppotred by your monitor.(reset your resolution by getting into safe mode.
THose are a few of the main reasons why you might not get a display on your monitor.

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Diplay setting changes made but the color or resolution is still bad.


I have a similar problem with this monitor, i always after connecting having to go to the "screen Position and Size" setting in my ATI FireGL. and shift the screen 1 pixel, and the color and resolution turn ok, it is manual step, but better than no fix

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Resolution of the text


What is the resolution that you are running the monitor at? There are two possible reasons that come to my mind.

1. You are running at a non native resolution. Based on your LCD spec you should run it at 1280x1024 resolution to have very sharp text as you normally expect from LCD's. However if you have set another resolution (say 1024x768) the text is blurred and this is a known issue with LCD's, which unlike a normal CRT monitor will get blurred running at any other resolution :(
2. You have not installed the monitor driver, hence again this limits your resolution and windows only allows you to select a resolution that is non-native (Meaning since the driver file is not there the operating system may not allow selecting the native resolution the monitor should run at). You can find the driver file at the samsung site. Its a common driver file for all LCDs.

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