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Windows 7: Abnormally Screen Resolution, Will not Change back.

27 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium
Abnormally Screen Resolution, Will not Change back.

Hi there. Plain and simple I have literally no clue what happened, My screen went all zoomed in, I Googleld the problem and none of the suggestions on other forums helped at all, I have had window 7 for 3 years and this has never happened before,

I found a quick fix by changing the resolution from the desktop to 1600x1200, but my resolution has always been 1800x1920. Not only this any single one of my games that i try to load all pop up with an error saying, "unable to find a suitable graphics card"

Please help and Thank you if you do.

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27 Jan 2013   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64 Linux Mint 16

Welcome to the Forums

Let`s start at the beginning, download the latest video drivers for your card from the manufacturers website. etc and reinstall them. restart the machine, set the resolution to the native resolution for your monitor, that should fix the problem.

List your video card and monitor and we can proceed. We can not help you without any info.

You haven`t used windows magnifier have you ?
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