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problem bad resolution changing settings from driver rather than windows resolution settings
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I can change the resolution settings but it doesn't fit full screen. Very small text size too. The pictures may not show how bad it is. It's pretty bad.
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A whole nine minutes and no responses. Really folksi

Download and burn drivers gto a CD prior to installing Windows? Also try OS X.8.3 update and see if that imporves things are there are some BootCamp solutions included.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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Download and burn drivers gto a CD prior to installing Windows? Also try OS X.8.3 update and see if that imporves things are there are some BootCamp solutions included.
Yea they're installed. How do I access the update? I wasn't totally pleased with the solution but I'll try to run it.
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Opened the app store. Thanks for your reply. I'll install it and try.
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The solution is to change the dpi settings. I set it to 200 and it is much much better.
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