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I just got my samsung netbook a few days ago and I’m setting things up and checking out all the programs. Well, I opened up my windows moviemaker and a msg pops up “Your system is currently set toa screen resolution of 800×600 or less.” However, when I checked my screen resolution through the control panel, my resolution is set at the maximum of 1024×600. Is there something I’m missing? What’s going on?
strange, I dont recall getting that message first time I opened up Moviemaker.
There was a thread about some apps needing the resolution set temporarily higher on first run.
RH Click on Desktop
Crank the resolution up
Reopen the app and then put it back to standard.
If you dont have an option to go higher than the 1024 x 600 then you have to go into the advanced section , Monitor & untick the ‘Hide modes this monitor can’t display’ option
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