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I can't set my resolution on my computer. I've tried everything I know. i went into settings,Ive looked at the adapter drive and it tells me its running fine.What can I do?
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when you go into settings what does it tell you? what does it say for display ? what does it say your options are for colors and what are your options for screen area? waht happens when you try to change any of that?
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when you go into settings what does it tell you?  what does it say for display ?  what does it say your options are for colors and what are your options for  screen area?  waht happens when you try to change any of that?

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It's my home computer toshiba labtop with windows Me.I'm at work right now,but when i go into settings its at 16/ and when i try to change it to 16 high or 256 color it goes back to 16. I tryed AOl and they couln't change it either. I thought it might be my display adapter but there are no conflicts with that.Let me know what you think?Thanks!
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Most of the time this means you've lost the drivers for your display adapter. Or the memory alotted to the adapter isn't enought to support high resolution. There aare many threads on this in this forum and if you follow them you'll find much good advice. :tazz:
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