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What is the screen resolution and number of pixels my laptop has ?

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It depends on the laptop. The resolution can be changed by the user.

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Hi

It sounds like Drivers for the Video card is not loaded properly.

What is the current screen resolution?
Are you able to increase the resolution to say 800 x 600 pixel or preferably 1024 x 768 pixel?

If the current screen resolution is 640 x 480 pixel and you are unable to increase resolution to the above pixel levels, try updating Windows Drivers for your video card.

AMILO Pro V2000 Display - Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller Family (Intel® 852/855 Chipset Family) (WinXP, W2000) Version: 6.14.10.3792.
Directly download - http://support.fujitsu-siemens.com/download/ShowDescription.asp?SoftwareGUID=325da0bd-fe5f-41e6-84d9-d628c5411188&OSID=665F4A20-6E31-43C3-82C2-D98CE773007C&Status=True&Component=Intel%20855GM

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FUJITSU SIEMENS AMILO PRO V200D


Hi

It sounds like Drivers for the Video card is not loaded properly.

What is the current screen resolution?
Are you able to increase the resolution to say 800 x 600 pixel or preferably 1024 x 768 pixel?

If the current screen resolution is 640 x 480 pixel and you are unable to increase resolution to the above pixel levels, try updating Windows Drivers for your video card.

AMILO Pro V2000 Display - Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller Family (Intel® 852/855 Chipset Family) (WinXP, W2000) Version: 6.14.10.3792.
Directly download - http://support.fujitsu-siemens.com/download/ShowDescription.asp?SoftwareGUID=325da0bd-fe5f-41e6-84d9-d628c5411188&OSID=665F4A20-6E31-43C3-82C2-D98CE773007C&Status=True&Component=Intel%20855GM

Regards
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