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screen resolution error message in Powerpoint

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Why am I getting this error message.   My screen looks great.
What is triggering this message?
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Have you clicked the "learn more" link? What does it say?
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rcasmer earned 2000 total points
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Try checking with the manufacturer of your video card (or if it is on board video check with the manufacturer of the computer) for an updated driver.  Also check to make sure you are using the right driver.  
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