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dudefromjapan

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I turned on my computer today to notice the max resolution i can go up to now is 1024 x 768. Before I've been able to get up to 1280 x 800 (or something like that I don't remember exactly). I'm running Vista x64 so I go to Personalize/Display Settings and the drop down where you can select the graphics card for displaying the monitor it just says "(Default Monitor) on...." I have no option to select the graphics I've had previously on my computer. This caused my Windows Experience Index to drop from 3.0 to 1.0 because the graphics and gaming graphics categories have dropped to 1.0. I also noticed that I don't have the option to change to a Vista Aero theme anymore. Please if anyone knows any information, any and all help will be very much appreciated. Thanks!


Toshiba Satellite L305D
Vista x64 SP1
AMD Turion 64 X2
4 GB RAM
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