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Old 03-01-04, 02:01 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Default Monitor entries in registry


I'm trying to get Windoze to recognize my monitor correctly so that I can have all the refresh rates available that my monitor supports. However, in my registry I have a bunch of Default Monitor entries and a wrong entry for my actual monitor, and I think somehow this is screwing up the detection. Unfortunetly, regedit gives me an error when I try to delete the entries and doesnt do anything with them. Can anyone tell me how to delete those entries?

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