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Hello All,

Recently I have installed a second monitor but I am unable to change the size (640-480), because of this error which occurs whenever I try to install a new driver or run any aspect of the "Found New Hardware Wizard";
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CANNOT INSTALL THIS HARDWARE

an error occured during the instalation of this device

insufficient resources exist to complete the requested service.
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After this message occurs I click finish but obviously can't utilize the monitor well. Yet, I am lost as to what resource could be lacking I have gigs of unused memory as well as hundreds of gigs of unused hard rive space (split over six drives but I assume it would be installed to my Windows C:). The only idea I have come up with while viewing the forums is that I might be running out of space in my registry but, again I don't know how this could be possible.

Although this is likely unrelated the monitor is a SOYO plug and play DYLM1767.

My computer has the following specs:

Microsoft Windows XP SP 2
AMD Athlon XP 3200+
2048 mb memory
Radeon x 1600 (512 mb)
ASUS A7N8X-E Motherboard
(I'll send any other info you deem relevant)

Thanks in Advance for your Help,
Largo exiled.traveler
 

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Hi

Do you have Norton or EZ Armour security suite running on your PC?

#Check your Page File Size:
-Right click My Computer>Properties
-Advanced > Performance > Settings > Advanced > Virtual memory > Change

Is this set to System Manage Size?

If you r.click in an empty space on your desktop, then Properties>Settings, can you not change your screen resolution there to at least 1028x768?

I can go higher than that without the drivers.
 
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