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Old 08-04-2009, 11:04 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I actually fixed it without doing a repair, and I didn't have to delete any drivers either. I just started the computer with that VGA option and it set the resolution to the lowest and was fine.
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I actually fixed it without doing a repair, and I didn't have to delete any drivers either. I just started the computer with that VGA option and it set the resolution to the lowest and was fine.
That is the correct resolution. Good job!


Come on guys, seriously, a repair install?
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