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Help with getting screen resolution back


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I have an 8500 power mac and changed resolution but hit the 75 mhz one instead of the other. Now my screen is black and I cant see to change it back. The monitor is on but I don't know how to get the control bar back up where I changed it so I can fix it. Help please!
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