How can i set screen resolution 1600 by 900 in windows xp Tags: Drivers Support Screen Resolution Windows XP Last response: April 11, 2012 4:08 PM in Windows XP Share arvind_gupta147 April 11, 2012 2:14:57 PM my PC support 1366 by 768 screen resolution can i increase to 1600 by 900 More about : set screen resolution 1600 900 windows ksiemb a b \ Driver April 11, 2012 4:08:19 PM arvind_gupta147 said:my PC support 1366 by 768 screen resolution can i increase to 1600 by 900 go to settings tab in display properties - slide the resolution bar, and see m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved1600x900 screen resolution Forum How to set screen resolution to 1920X1280 using VGA in Windows 7? Forum SolvedI got a new graphics card and I was trying to change my screen resolution to the recommended (1920x1080) from 1600x900 Forum SolvedXP doesn't have an option to change the resolution to 1600x900 Forum How to increase the screen resolution in windows xp without graphics drivers? Forum Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit max screen resolution locked at 1600x1200 with r9 270 Forum how can i play games at 1600x900 resolution with samsung b1930? Forum will i able to play bf4 on my msi amd r7750 1gb oc on max settings with anti aliasing off on 1600x900 resolution? Forum I have windows xp how do i set my screen to at least 1024x768 Forum Native screen resolution 1440*900 not showing up in windows 7 Forum Set my TV screen resolution 1024X768 my PC is the same resolution how Forum How do i set screen resolution on my tv Forum SolvedHow to set XP so that Windows Explorer opens on boot up Forum Windows XP Drivers for Screen Resolution Forum Windows xp screen resolution Forum Screen Resolution problem with Windows XP Home Forum SolvedHelp please...!XP hangs at windows personalized setting loading screen...... Forum SolvedHow to reset settings back to factory on a Gateway Windows XP desktop Forum Cannot see icons after changing screen resolution in windows xp Forum Cant change screen resolution windows xp Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !