my question is simple ....when computer starts....we get information about memory etc on monitor...that time who is controlling the screen resolution....for e.g it is X*Y .Now which program is controlling that resolution and how earliest it can be changed ....if we have windows it can be set....on linux it can be written in lilo....am i right in this concept or i am totally wrong.....while reading dos ....it was mentioned there that there is some RAM alloted to screen portion which can be changed using program, has it to do anything with screen resolution at the time when computer starts..
i am totally confused for this.....any ideas
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