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In order to restore your resolution to one that can be displayed by your monitor, you need to restart the computer and enter Safe Mode. To do that, press the F8 key right before the Windows logo shows up during boot (just keep pressing it until you get it).
It should show a menu, from where you must choose to boot in "Safe Mode".
After Windows loads up in Safe Mode, just open the screen resolution settings (right click on the desktop, select Properties) and select 800x600. Click on OK.
Now restart the computer normally and let it boot into Windows. You should be able to see and change the resolution (using the same method mentioned above) to any desired.
Hope that helps!

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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