I believe I answered all 3... 1)Does your video card/monitor support 1024x768? I would think the card/monitor supports the 1024x768, otherwise, I wouldn't be staying in this resolution. 2)Do you get any errors booting up concerning resolution? No, I don't get errors.
What kind of monitor is identified in the advanced settings. If you are trying to set the resolution at 1024x768 @32 bit color the issue may be that Windows will not send settings that could damage your monitor.
If the monitor is identified as a plug and play display then try to set it to the model you have. If you have an LCD display nad it came with a CD then install the software.
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