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Can't change resolution high enough

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    Can't change resolution high enough


    Can't change resolution high enough to open apps on Toshiba nb205.

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    it's a 10" netbook.. you can't expect more than 600 lines. You have to reverse to the old OS, or purchase something design for Windows 8
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    Windows 10 x64
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Can't change resolution high enough
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