I just finished assembling my new computer and my display has Fuzzy Fonts. My computer has a VXPro-II Pentium MMX PCI chipset motherboard with an AMD-K6 233MHz CPU and 96mg of ram. It has a 2MB PCI Video Card and S3 drivers w/64-bit Memory and I have a Packard Bell 1215SL 15" monitor. I'm running Windows95 (the 1st version), settings are currently 1024 x 768 and large fonts, but my Fonts are Fuzzy at all settings.
Why is this, and what can I do about it?
I only have 33pts but you can have them all if I can read the answer!
Well I think there must be something wrong with your system configuration, goto -->Start -->Settings -->Control panel -->Display double-click it -->Settings -->Advanced Properties -->(i)Adapter
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