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#1 John at Aspire

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 06:21 PM

I'm John Harbeson A+ NET+ Server+ MCSE MCSA, MCDST, MCT small business specialist and some other certs.

I had a system that got a virus and antivir removed some files. rkill, combofix, malwarebytes, atfcleaner did not help; the screen resolution stayed at 640X480.

I just now fixed it by loading the original video driver. Device manager would not load the driver because the version of the installed driver had been modified. I had to run the setup program from the CD.



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