some letters on screen are faded

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richsamtor1

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i have windows xp when screen comes up,some of the lettering is faded .it looks like it is low on ink, knowing it has nothing to do with ink.iam using it to try to show what iam looking at. i would appreciate some help thanks
 

richsamtor1

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thanks for your reply screen revolution 1280 by 768 pixels color quality hight 32 bit cannot remember when it was different, still could use some help thanks
 

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screen resolution is supported i still have the problem lettering is missing and some letters are faded could it be that i am in the wrong forum or is this problem new and or do i have to look in a different forum. i would appreciate some help thanks
 

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I'm assuming that you're using some sort of LCD/flat panel screen. If so, the hardware has one specific resolution that derives from the number of physical pixels in each dimension (eg. 1024 x 768). Although the video driver is likely to support several different resolutions, the only one that will really look good is the one that matches the physical monitor resolution. Any other choice is likely to look smunged.
 

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thanks to riverglen reply problem solved changed resolution and now it is working fine thanks again
 
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