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monitor configuration problem

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My computer had some problems, so I took it to the shop in Cabanatuan, over an hour and a half drive away. The technician repaired it and installed Windows 10 on it.  When I got home I hooked it up and fired it up. Everything is apparently working fine, except for the fact that the screen resolution is still set for the technician's monitor, not mine, so the image is all screwed up.  How can I fix this without having to drive all the way back to the tech again?

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