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Resolution problem not more than 32bit. i need more resolution.

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You have not install the correct onboard Graphic Card driver for your Mainboard, so you currently are running on Generic Graphic drivers and you have a low resolution.

From the specifications of your Mainboard, assumption that you are using WinXP or W2K OS.

You can download and install the "Intel® Extreme Graphics Driver for 845 Chipset-​Based Intel Desktop Boards" to your system.

Hope it helps.

Posted on May 28, 2011

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