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Highest resolution was 1366x768 now 1024x768

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by jrblues29, Dec 9, 2011.

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  1. jrblues29

    jrblues29 Thread Starter

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    Today I purchased a new laptop for school. Upon starting it up i was prompted to update my drivers then to restart my computer. So I did. Now my resolution has changed from the highest being 1366x768 (I believe it was 768) to 1024x768. It wont let me go any higher and everything looks sort of stretched out. Am I stuck with this now or can I fix it? It's an ASUS model: X53U
     
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    From where did you get the updated drivers? If just whatever Windows found try rolling back your display driver.
     
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