about windows resolution

how can i know which is windows resolution throu ragistry?
which ragistry key i find?
my windows resolution is 800X600 ,where see in ragistry this resolution?

anybody help me
my email id pravis_sali@yahoo.com
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  1. are you serious?
  2. Change it through your display properties?
  3. yes
  4. but i know throu window ragistry
  5. Uhm.... what the hell is a "ragistry"? I place where you buy rags?
  6. Can anyone translate this? :wink:
  7. right click on a clear spot of your desktop,click on properties.this will bring you to the windows vga settings.click on settings and set your resolution to 1024x768.click on apply.and voila.you have a different resolution.just try it this way ok.forget about the registry.not necessary.oh ya,when asked if you want to keep this setting,click ok.

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  8. Quote:
    how can i know which is windows resolution throu ragistry?
    which ragistry key i find?
    my windows resolution is 800X600 ,where see in ragistry this resolution?

    anybody help me
    my email id pravis_sali@yahoo.com


    REGISTRY, get it right, jeez.
  9. wat d f***? :twisted:
    where d ya live dude????????
    on mars or wat????????
    n cheers enforcer.
    its REGISTRY dude.
  10. Your resolution is 800x600. Why do you need to go into the registry to find this? I'm pretty sure you can't do that anyways.

    Just click on start->run then type 'regedit' then start clicking around and randomly changing values. After a while, the resolution you're at will be the least of your worries.
  11. I'm not too sure, but I thought one of the linux OS can change the display resolution through registry (in Dos mode like, not in side the OS window). I have no idea how u do it though, I have seen a guy did it in dos mode to chage the display resolution setting. He typed a very long line of command to change something in dos, coz the resolution was too high in linux window so it doesn't display though the screen. That's all i know, not much help really....
  12. thanks
  13. thanks
  14. thanks
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