|23 Feb 2012||#1|
How do I increase screen resolution
I have Asus Eee 1015PX netbook. It has 10 inch.
Well, Windows 7 starter came pre-installed. One fine day, I was trying Linux and accidentally deleted my Windows. Hidden partition was also deleted. So I downloaded Windows from Microsoft site and deleted the ef.cgi file so as to get all the Windows install option when I start thr install from USB. Everything is fine but the screen resolution is wrong.
My screen resolution is 1024X600 but in the Windows setting it is 800X600. I can't increase it. It's just set to 800X600.
Also drivers are not installed. I have to install them.
Can anyone please help me and let me know how can I solve the problem.
Thank you for reading.
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|23 Feb 2012||#2|
Welcome to Sevenforums.
It requires you to finish installing all drivers coming with your netbook. Once you done with it, your netbook will be able to automatically set the most appropriate setting of your desktop resolution and any other setting.
Hope that helps
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