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xX dArKsKaTa Xx

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Okay, I got the game F.E.A.R today, and it asked me to upgrade the drivers on my GeForce 6100. So I downloaded them, and now my screen resolution is 1024x768. It used to be 1280x1024. Is there any way I can change it back? I looked on the nVidia control panel, and the highest it went was 1088x612.

If there is anyway that I can get my old resolution back, or uninstall the new drivers, and get my old ones back can one of you let me know? I really hate this big of stuff, and F.E.A.R still doesn't work.

Thanks

EDIT:

Would these be my drivers folders?

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Edited by xX dArKsKaTa Xx, 07 October 2006 - 07:30 PM.

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Click start, right click my computer, click properties, hardware, device manager, right click the display adapter, click properties, roll back driver

Did you right click the desktop, click properties, settings to see if you can change it there, or click advanced, adapter, list all modes to check if 1280 x 1024 is an option
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I found the 1280x1024 as an option, but when i have it like that, I low color settings, and lines all over the screen.

EDIT:

I rolled back the drivers, and its fine now. Thanks.

Edited by xX dArKsKaTa Xx, 07 October 2006 - 07:54 PM.

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Thank You for letting me know
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