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I installed BF2 on my BootCamp WinXP recently. Everything seems to be running real smooth but I can't seem to set my resolution to 1920x1200 for my 24" iMac.

Anyone here of a method for getting around this?

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I'm not too familair with Boot Camp, but basically what you need is a graphics driver for Windows for the card you have. You probably already have this driver since you installed Boot Camp, but somehow XP doesn't support this resolution.

Can one installa different driver in Boot Camp, anyone?

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