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    Problem with graphics in Windows (Boot Camp)

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    Unhappy Problem with graphics in Windows (Boot Camp)
    First thing, english is not my first language, so excuse me for any typing mistakes and if I don't express myself clearly enough...

    So, I have Windows XP installed on my MacBook Pro for like 6 months, and it was working great until now...
    Today, when I started the computer on Windows the graphics were terrible, the resolution was the smallest possible (less then 600x800 i think?) and I cant put them bigger them that (like 1024x1080). I tried re-installing the drivers from the Snow Leopard CD but no luck... Oh and yesterday I updated the bootcamp through apple software update (maybe it has something to do with that?). Can someone please help me? If you need to know anything else just ask...

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    Problem with graphics in Windows (Boot Camp)

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    Ok, so if anyone has this problem in the future I solved the problem by uninstalling and reisntalling Boot Camp on my Windows. Repairing does not work, you have to re-install it

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