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I have the driver but it said that i cannot continuie installing in windows xp home because the resolution of the netbook is 1024x768.it should be 800x600.what should i do to install the driver continously?

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  • David Petry Mar 18, 2011

    I'm not sure what you're trying to do but it sounds like something is wrong for sure. You can probably adjust your resolution if that is the problem through "contrl panel" in personalization. What are you trying to install?

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Go to your start menu - control panel- display - settings then adjust the pixells to 800x600 then apply

then check if it will continue installing

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