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king_shadow

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its a dell about one or two years old and i just reinstalled windows xp home one it but i cant make the screen resolution any higher than 800 by 600 pixels. It cant be the wrong moiter oor video card because its all default and hasent been changed or removed since the day i got it and i have had this problem before but i got it fixed but i cant remember what i changed to fix it. So i have been working night and day on it for the past 2-3 days and still dont have it anyone have any thing that may help ? :help: ;) :tazz: ;) :help:
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Are you sure that you have the proper drivers for your computer? If not, please let us know.

If possible please give Model # or Serial #.

Edited by Poetic.Garbage, 01 July 2005 - 02:33 PM.

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ill go look and see what the model number is if i can find it but the drivers are all right because they were on disks that came with the computer.
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i didnt find any model numbers but im gona try using dell support maybe i can get something from there
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i fixed the problem it was just in need of a video driver update that i got from another post one here ill look around for the post again and put a link on here.
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