Screen resolution automatically changes!!!!!!

Gigabyte / Awrdacpi
November 17, 2009 at 06:35:41
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 2.666 GHz / 1247 MB
I have LG Flatron E700SH monitor. When i turn on my pc the intel logo appears on screen at that time when i press setting key which is given in front of monitor it reads resolution of 800*600/75 Hz User Mode. Then i keep continue and Windows XP logo appears at that time resolution shows 800*600/85 Hz User Mode. Then user screen appears where we have to enter our password at that time resolution shows 1024*768/ 85Hz Preset Mode and it remains same till i shut down my pc. And when i again turn on my pc the above said resolutions starts similar way. So i am worrying what has gone wrong with my pc. I have tried to reinstall Windows XP and drivers but nothing helped me. My mother board is GA-8I865GVMF-775. Which drivers i have installed they are as below:

Audio Driver
Date : 2004/09/06
Description : ADI AD1885, 1888
Version :
Size : 20.28 MB

Chipset Driver
Date : 2004/11/12
Description : Intel INF installation
Version :
Size : 2.47 MB

LAN Driver
Date : 2007/02/08
Description : Marvell Lan driver
Version :
Size : 7.86 MB

VGA Driver
Date : 2006/05/17
Description : Intel VGA (845/865) Driver
Version :
Size : 4.91 MB

Kindly show me some solutions to over come this problem.

Thanking You
Sahil Khan

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November 17, 2009 at 06:52:52
That's perfectly normal. As the system starts it uses basic vga & you may get a splash screen at a different resolution. All that's happening is that the monitor is recognising the change in resolution and responding accordingly, Once you're into Windows it's you who gets to decide on the resolutions. If the monitor didn't flash up the resolution it was displaying (which is common on many monitors) you'd be none the wiser.

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November 17, 2009 at 07:51:07
Install your monitor driver then set the resolution to the native resolution. My guess is it should be 1280x1024 @ 60Mhz

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