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I can't figure out how to change my screen resolution.

Can someone help me?

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You could go to settings > settings-manager > display and change it there (xfce4-display-settings is the actual application used) or use xrandr -s 1280x1024 or whatever your desired resolution is. – user76204 May 4 '13 at 23:36

open the settings manager menu, click on "display" and you can change it from there

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Go into Settings Manager then Display and change it. If unable to then check the Alternitave drivers to see if the display adapter is installed.

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