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Changing Screen Resolution To Default!

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Flare, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. Flare

    Flare

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    Hello! I need some help!


    I need to change my screen resolution to it's default. I know how to change the resolution in the Display Settings, but the lowest I can get it to is 800 by 600 pixels, which is still a bit too high. Is there anyway I can reset my screen resolution to it's default?


    It's not extremely urgent, but the current resolution is rather annoying, so any and every bit of help is appreciated!

    Thank you!

    ~Flare
     
  2. KenB

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    Hi and welcome to CHF

    You have me confused.

    Why would you want to go lower than 800 x 600 ? This is the resolution that Safe Mode uses.
    The "normal" setting is 1280 x 768 I am using 1366 x 768 at the moment.
     
  3. BeeCeeBee

    BeeCeeBee ADMINISTRATOR IN MEMORY

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    Every screen has recommended settings depending on its size, etc. Can you please tell us what screen size would call for a resolution less that 800 x 600?
     
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