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I got an error message on my Dell. the pc is 3-4 years old. 40GB harddrive. Dell tells me i might need a new harddrive. My quesiton is do i replace it, and are my itunes and pictures able to be restored? Or is it better/wiser for me to buy a new computer?
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Resolution is too high.

Reset the computer, keep pressing F8, choose "Enable VGA mode" from the menu, press Enter, press Enter again. Let Windows load, log into an account. It should then tell you the resolution is too low, allow it to correct it.
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