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By reedscarwash ·
Refresh rates have disappeared from settings.
Did I exceed the rate by chance? Packard Bell 1020, 15". I don't remember what I set it at, but I did and now it's gone and my pictures are very fuzzy. Help? W2000 os
Thank You
Gary

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by dmiles In reply to monitor problem!

Open the Control Panel and double-click the Display icon,Select Settings tab and then click Advanced,click on the Monitor tab,and make sure that the monitor is listed,if not click the change button and select the monitor from list to,now click the Adapter tab and see if the refresh rate is there.
You may have to reload the graphics driver for Win2k,if the above does not work

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by key In reply to monitor problem!

The driver may be corrupter! Install it again.

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by mskiproductions In reply to monitor problem!

As answer #2 suggests, sounds like you need to re-install your graphics card drivers. Remember it is best to install basic VGA drivers first to completely remove old driver set before re-installing the drivers for your graphics card. IF This doesnt work, download the newest drivers from the manufacturer of the card.

For more help, drop me a mail.

Matthew Shine.

ComputaCenter, Europe.

mskiproductions@yahoo.com

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