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i mean when i got to were i can select the resolution it dosent show 1400x900 as a option it only goes as high as 1360x768. how do i get back to 1400x900?
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Check if your display driver is correctly installed, if not do a scan for a new one with Uniblue Driver Scanner 2009.
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do a scan for a new one with Uniblue Driver Scanner 2009

Don't. Go to your card manufacturer site, and get driver from there.

how do i get back to 1400x900?

Was the resolution ever set to this value? Does your card support it?
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yes i had to resolutio nset to it before. and i have my latest driver nvida 1650 le
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When did it change? Any particular thing you did to your computer?
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it happened when i posted this thread. i recently reformatted last week but ive updadted all drivers
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Did you restart computer?
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many times
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Unfortunately, I have no more ideas :)
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[bleep]. ive googled it a million times..... ill re install driver
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