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zegnazu

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im sry if i posted in the wrong place but this is new and im sooo scared.Um i was playing halo online. When i quit all my icons and everything were big so i went to properties and i went to setting to adjust it i accidently made it to like 1280 by something that was way too big. Now whenever i log in it says out of frequency. The problem is that my account s auto login so all i see is windows xp is starting up and then it says out of frequency. But i can still get into setup at the start when i press del but i dont know wut to do plz help me!!!

Edited by zegnazu, 20 June 2005 - 04:07 PM.

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i am sooooo sry for double posting but if i dont get htis fixed my bro is going to kill me :tazz:
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Do a System Restore to a point before you played the game.

http://msdn.microsof...tem_restore.asp

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i cant acces system restore cuz im in safe mode and itz turned off the only thing that i can see s in safe mode i cant access or see anything in normal mode *sigh* can i plz have some help and thx for posting
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