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I tried those ,and saved When i go to Configure Desktop , Display its the same result i only see 800x600 as my maximum display , so do i need ...
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    I tried those ,and saved

    When i go to Configure Desktop , Display its the same result i only see 800x600 as my maximum display , so do i need a restart of computer after i saved the result that you tell me , or is there another way ,maybe from the command line to set it to 1024x768 ?
    I have had a 360 ,but it got the RROD
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    Press Alt+Ctrl+Backspace or Reboot machine.
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    After rebooting ,it worked. Thanks man
    I have had a 360 ,but it got the RROD
    No more XBOX, i turned PS3
    I had it for months ,it still amazes me!

    Never seen a bigger failure of MICROSOFT then the XBOX 360!

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    Glad to help you !
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