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Screen Resolution Unchangible

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#1 hdefined


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 10:06 PM

When I booted up my computer today (I used Windows XP), the screen resolution was stuck on 800 by 600 pixels, even though I've never had it on that setting. Whenever I tried to change it back to normal, it simply wouldn't register the change. When I launched the computer in safe mode, the resolution was normal. I did spyware scans with ad-aware SE, xoftspy and superantispyware which only picked up adware and cookies, but trendmicro housecall picked up something labelled as a trojan among other things, yet it wasn't able to clean all the problems. What should I do from here on out?

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 06:14 AM

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