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Free TeamViewer download for Windows, TeamViewer run without install, step by step guide on – how to use TeamViewer without installing!!

Any Software can’t compete with TeamViewer when it comes to establishing a remote connection between two computers. People always like to use TeamViewer software whenever they need remote support, remote administration and online meetings.

Resolution HELP PLS Tech Support 640x480 is the default resolution that is defaulted to when no monitor is connected. TeamViewer only provides a direct stream of exactly what is being output at the remote side. So if you are getting 640x480, this means the remote side is 640x480. Cannot change 640x480 screen resolution with TeamViewer is commonly caused by incorrectly configured system settings or irregular entries in the Windows registry. This error can be fixed with special software that repairs the registry and tunes up system settings to restore stability.

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The most fascinating feature of Teamviewer software is, it offers the facility to use it without installing. I know, you are shocked to listen this. But it’s true. The developer team of Teamviewer are well familiar with the user’s problem, they know that people always feel hesitation while installing any new software on their PC which they haven’t used before.

If you haven’t used teamviewer before, but now want to give it a try then you can use teamviewer without installing on your PC. Here’s the complete guide on – how to use Teamviewer without installing:

Use TeamViewer without Installing

Step (1): First of all, go to the official page of TeamViewer and download the latest version of TeamViewer software.

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Step (2): When download completed, double-click on the setup file of TeamViewer to run the setup. (Please…keep patience, Teamviewer will be not installed on your PC without your permission).

Step (3): After double-click on the setup file, TeamViewer setup screen will appear as shown below:

Step (4): Now, under the section of How do you want to proceed?, select the option of Run only (one time use).

Step (5): From the section of how do you want to use TeamViewer?, select personal /Non-commercial use option and then click on Accept-Run button to run TeamViewer without installing.

That’s it! Now you are ready to use TeamViewer on your PC without installing.

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Helping people with computers... one answer at a time.

Sometimes 640x480 is your only option. We'll look at ways to work with this.

by Leo A. Notenboom, © 2005

I got a new Dell PC with 19 inch screen. I cannot change the resolution to be greater than 640 by 480. What can I do to change it? In this mode the Start menu itself goes off the top of the screen.

640 by 480. There was a day when we were excited to have it - and with allof 16 colors. Now, 640x480 is so 'small' as to be unusable in most cases. Eventhe most basic new computer supports at least 800x600, if not 1024x768 or muchhigher.

But what if it appears that 640x480 is your only option?

640x480 'VGA' resolution is the lowest-common-denominator - by definitionall PC's, graphics adapters and monitors must support at least VGA.Because it's the one thing that can be counted on to work, and always workregardless of your hardware selection, it's often used as the fallback whentroubleshooting, or the default if your computer doesn't know it can do anybetter.

'... it's often used as the fallback ... if yourcomputer doesn't know it can do any better.'

To change your resolution, in Control Panel,Display, and then the Settings tab, you'llsee something like this:

Yours may vary based on what hardware and drivers you have installed. Andthere's the rub - if you have the wrong drivers, or the default drivers,installed, the slider under Screen Resolution may not give youany option other than 640x480.

So what to do in that case?

99% of these problems are simply not having the correct video driversinstalled for your machine. Normally, and especially in a case where yourcomputer has come pre-configured from the manufacturer, this will already havebeen done. And, unfortunately, exactly where you go to make sure you have theproper drivers will vary based on where you got your computer, and whether ornot you installed a new graphics card yourself.

To see what your computer 'thinks' you have, right click on MyComputer, click on Properties, click on theHardware tab, and then click on DeviceManager. Expand the node labeled Display adapters byclicking on the boxed plus sign in front of it:

If it says something like'default' display adapter, then Windows does not know what kind of adapter youhave, and what its capabilities are - thus is must assume the lowest commondenominator: 640x480.

If this was a pre-packaged machine, get in touch with the manufacturer'stechnical support - you'll need to locate and install the correct driver forwhatever video card you have. If you installed a new video card yourself,you'll need to locate the drivers for it (they should have come with the card)and install them.

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tyler
December 12, 2005 8:41 AM

how can i change my screen resolution from 600 x 800

Pierce
January 5, 2006 11:12 PM

ive followed the troubleshooting, and your advice on how to fix this problem, but when im in the device manager. i have no node labeled display drivers... if you have any insight, plz email me at [email protected]

Colin
January 12, 2006 5:59 AM

Exactly the same problem! No display drivers mentioned either. Im stuck with that awful 640x480 rubbish too. Ive even managed to get the drivers to change it (from Dell) but cant work out how to install them with no mention of the monitor in the device manager! The 'properties' button is greyed out in the control panel access to my monitor also. Arrrghhh! Help!

Colin
January 12, 2006 6:01 AM

Oops! My mail addy is [email protected] if anyone knows what to do here..... pleeezz! :(

Mike
January 26, 2006 2:23 PM

Right click on the desktop and click onto properties.

Click onto the settings tab anbd move the slider to what you want.

Job Done

colin
January 28, 2006 4:30 AM

Nah mate, its a bit more difficult than that. I got it sorted myself after a bit of messing with it. Go into your device manager and scroll down to video adapter click,then click properties on the tab above - more than likely it will say theres no driver installed for this device. Click the reinstall drivers and from here select where you want it to look. I put in my Dell cd at this point, and after a few seconds it installed what I needed. Once done, go back to the main display settings for your monitor and youll find that little slider now moves.Woohoo! Goodbye to that awful 640 rubbish, hello my full beautiful screen!

starsky100
February 24, 2006 1:04 AM

what dell cd did you use to install ?

Prince Rakeem
March 2, 2006 3:43 PM

Hello Leo, I am having this problem, but unfortunately I have the correct drivers installedc and everything. I had the resolution at 1280/760 or whatever, rebooted, and then it was in 640x480. I can still change the color depth, but the slider for resolution won't move. I tried changing resolution in regedit but that won't work either. I even removed the adapter and monitor from the hardware profile and put them back, but to no avail. Is this indicative of a hardware failure in the video card or something?

liam
March 11, 2006 4:30 PM

hey

i have just finished reformatting my computer and i can't change the resolution in my display. it keeps telling me that the monitor is on default. help its driving me mad.

Paul
March 23, 2006 7:49 PM
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Hi all. I had this problem and this is how I solved it. I went to my computer-properties & device manager. There was a little YELLOW question mark that said 'other devices' I opened that up and there was a something that said video drivers I think. I added the drivers and it works now. Check it out.

jas
April 14, 2006 6:58 AM

hi leo i cant change my screen resolution its on 640x480 .and its realy annoying me because its a crap picture.
well i read the article on it but i dont no how to install my graphic card thing and when i got my pc it never came with a disk or anythink can you help please or anyone? email me at [email protected]

Ted Davis
May 16, 2006 4:59 PM

Mine is an older system that I replaced the hard drive on. I reran the windows 98 SE CD and it installed fine But now it only gives me two color choices (16 color or 2 color) and the resolution will not slide off of 640x480...Help!

Silva Neto
July 10, 2006 5:01 PM

I have one sony PCV-671, Nvidia Geforce4 MX 4000, windows XP professional.
Every 30 seconds the windows change my resolution to 640x480.
I try a lot things

kevin p
September 13, 2006 5:35 PM

i'm having the same problem on my 98 i can't change the res, and i have a g force fx 5200 installed in to? any help,

[email protected]

Steve
September 27, 2006 7:42 AM

I am having similar rpoblems with my HP laptop running GeForce Go5700 video card. I've repaired Windows XP and was finally able to change the display mode from 640x480 (8 bit) but can't boot with out going into safe mode. During repair sequence my video display flashed repeatedly. I have uninstalled/reinstalled drivers, etc. and am running out of ideas... monitor is set to default , Thanks, Leo!

charles
October 5, 2006 4:41 PM

i am running a dell dimension 3000 and i cant change the screen resolution. but it also does not say display adapters in device mannager. what do i do?

charles
October 5, 2006 5:50 PM

my graphics card is not installed. i dont have the disc i think. i think that is why my computer will not go to higher screen resoltion. how can i get the disc for the graphics card. the card is the default card from the factory

Brett
October 22, 2006 4:21 AM

I need help too, When ever i start such programs as Windows messenger live or Itunes, My computer the last few days seems to throw itself int 640x480 mode with low 16 bit colour, Does anyone know why its doing this, i thought it was a virus so i brought Zone alarm, but nothing... its just getting really frustrating with all my Studies and just finishing highschool please help ASAP

Leo Notenboom
October 22, 2006 11:55 AM

If you're saying that the resolution changes when you run those programs then this article might be appropriate: http://ask-leo.com/why_does_my_screen_resolution_change_when_i_run_this_program.html

Alex
October 23, 2006 5:19 PM

Hey..My friend Meg is having trouble with the 640x480 prob.. 16bit or 2it colours..and the slider wont move, and the screen is tiny in the middle of her screen. She has a windoes 98 laptop..and she had her screen FULL SCREEN once before..and suddenly this happened. Could anyone please e-mail me at '[email protected]' for help please. Thanks guys!

docweasel
January 21, 2007 4:55 PM

Here's a solution I found:
98 default loads a basic VGA graphics driver.
Open System>Device Managers>Display Adapters and open the one listed. Then click the Driver tab> Update Driver>Display a list of all drivers.

Now here is the important part that stumps some people: Click the radio dot for Show _all_ hardware and then highlight [Standard Display Types]. Usually you'll see a Standard PCI Graphics Adapter has been nominally chosen by Windows. Change to Super VGA and OK close everything and let it reboot. You should now be able to change to 800x600 and High Color _IF_ your card will support it. This only works if the maximum capabilities of your system are being twarted by Windows stupid default choice. If not, get a better vid card is all you can do.

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Hope this helps, that's how I solved it.

Victoria
February 10, 2007 3:39 PM

I'm having the same problem also, however I have options to change the display settings to higher res. Once I've changed them, it will prompt to restart, but after restarting the settings are back to lowest and I get a pop-up saying that the settings aren't correct and need amending - this will take me back into the properties and back around in circles!! I've the work around above but I don't have the 'display list of drivers' option.

Does anyone have a suggestions? Any help grateful received!!

Jamie Jade
March 12, 2007 5:07 PM

I have a toshiba satelite computer it has an s-video cord but when I hook it up to my tv the screen is working but so blurry you can't see a thing. I know the resolution on my computer can be lowered but the lowest mine goes is 800x600 my tv is an older one a 'Sharp' is there ANY way I can lower my screen resolution ad play my movies on my tv...?

barry sprules
July 26, 2007 5:33 AM

Nice one Leo! as we say over here in the UK.

I reinstalled windows on my dell dimension yesterday but had the same problem with the poor display. I read your excellent article and immediately understood my problem. I went to Dell support and downloaded the graphics driver and EUREKA!

You're doing a great job!

best wishes, Barry

John
July 29, 2007 12:27 PM

How can I force Windows XP Pro with SP2 in safe mode to allow me to change the drivers from a standard 640x480 VGA display mode Screen Resolution on my LCD which is confined to large graphics, to a larger view [1024x768] that is not the 640x480 that also does not allow to view adjustment functions like [OK] when a corection has been made.

Your expedited cooperation in this matter is appreciated. Thank you.

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July 31, 2007 4:27 PM

I want to change my resolution to 640x480, but graphic card doesn't seem to let me in display settings. I have a 7300gt. Please help.

Lamar Hill
November 30, 2007 3:01 PM

Thanks Leo. Your a genius.

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I've recently upgrade my version of windows 98 to windows 2000. When I start the computer with windows 2000 the colours all look like shadows. When I tried to change the colour resolution it won't let me. The only option available is 16 colours. What can I do to fix it?

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Seeing as the Dell name pops up a bit in hardware descriptions, I'd like to point out a great service Dell offers in the area of drivers - a 'Service Tag'. This 'Service Tag' is a sticker on the box of the computer, usuall on the top or back and is a unique number to identify that computer with Dell. If you go to Dell's support site and enter that number, you will be shown the computers purchase and warranty history and all the relevant drivers to 'that' computer as it left the factory - That is why I like to work on Dell computers (albeit they are super basic, too).

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i am use a dvi - hdmi cable to run my dell pc im getiing the same proble i cant change my resoultion i can move the bar back and for and and press change but the screen goes blank for 15 secounds comes back on and it hasnt changed i thought it could by the dvi cable im using dvi on my other pc tha isnt dell ive conected it up the same way and that works

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Peter
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hey my computers resolution was fine while installing windows xp bu then it changed to 800x600. i only have two options and it is 800x600 and 640x480. both resolutions bring up weird colours. pls tell me how to fix this.

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October 23, 2009 10:23 AM

So we just got a new HP, the monitor is a HP2709m which is a 27'. The drivers were installed properly (I think) as NCDIA GeForce 250 and the screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 but it dosen't fill the screen. There is like an inch of black all around. Is there anything i can do about this?

Sanjoy
December 2, 2009 7:49 AM

I got a pc in the office called Tcon, no idea where the boss got it from. I had to reformat the pc and now its stuck in 4 bit 640by480 resolution. I opened the computer but it looks like it doesnt have a separate card. The mother board is intel d845epi/d845gvsr. Any ideas how i can get the right drivers for this, also maybe what software can help me find the right drivers?

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April 24, 2010 3:10 AM

my name is linda i use a HP 550 ,i accidentally change my resolution and now i cant change back to normal screen, it does allow me to do so, i can go to display settings but i cant click ok/apply because of its huge resolution and my screen is now smaller, im very stressed please assist

Darlene
July 4, 2010 2:54 PM

The needle won't move so I can change the pixels

Then, as the article states, you do not have the correct drivers for your video card.

Bryan Conroy
September 7, 2010 7:06 AM

When I get yo the screen resolution under SETTINGS,I cannot move from the lowest end to change the setting. Also, when this problem started I lost the top task bar, that included the tools, view, help and others. How can i fix this?

wairegi
September 30, 2010 10:32 PM

i have a dell computer which i formatted it recently from windows 7 to windows XP but now the resulution has stuck on 640*480. what can i do to change this?

Please read the article you just commented on. It answers this question.

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December 26, 2010 10:33 PM

i tried everything u said but when i open the device manager it doesn't show the option for the display driver. what should i do?

Mathew
January 4, 2011 5:24 AM

Hi I have an Acer Inspire, My screen resolution won't go any higher then 1024*600, why won't it go any higher?

That's either a limit of the video hardware in that machine, or as the article states you need the proper drivers for it. Check with the folks at Acer.

Bobbievin
May 16, 2011 1:43 PM

i tried everything u said but when i open the device manager it doesn't show the option for the display driver. what should i do?

I HAVE THIS SAME PROBLEM!

Maxwell
May 27, 2011 6:53 AM

HI everyone!!! I Was having the same problem that all of you were having. I used nivida to get a nicer picture for a game. Little did i know I dont even have a nivida graphics card. Now your resolution is stuck on '8-Bit' and the picture is terrible , right? Well Like everyone says, go to device manager. There is no pulldown that says display, right? Well keep looking down the list untill you see a big yellow question mark. It should say graphics controller. Right click that and install updates. It should install the updates, then go back to desktop properties and your 16-bit and 32-bit options should now be there. HOPE THIS SOLVES YOUR PROBLEM!!!!

Lexy
July 18, 2011 1:17 PM

I did everything you said but my computer doesnt have device adapters on the device manager can you help because i really need to change my screen resoultion

ketki
August 22, 2011 2:16 AM

i do everything wat u say bt it doesn't show the option of display adapters

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joint
September 1, 2011 9:42 AM

I reinstalled new graphic driver, but problem is still here, I cant change resolution, its only on 640x480. pls help, what i should do?

shelly
November 1, 2011 3:23 PM

I have the same problem with my resolution. I took it back to the store. At first they said my monitor was bad. So they replaced it. When I got it home and set it up again, I still couldn't change the resolution. It was stuck on the 640x480. I took it back again. Everything was checked and all systems and drivers were correct. They told me it has to do with my outlet and that there is nothing they can do.

Unless your computer is 20 years old (when 640x480 was the standard and often the only thing available) I'd challenge the store. There's simply no reason a properly working system and monitor shouldn't handle much better than 640x480. Not even sure what 'outlet' they're referring to.
Dannick
December 28, 2011 12:08 AM

I read this post and got sorted out. I cant believe what had eaten into my whole day was sorted right here.
Thanks

Michael
June 6, 2012 8:32 AM

My computer was running just fine with a much higher resolution when driver updates were recommended.

After installing the updates and restarting, the resolution dropped down to only 640x480 at 16bit and now does not show anything else to choose from.

How can I change it back ? Do I HAVE to do a system restore and possibly loose the other drivers that was installed during the update?

What are my options, if any?

Michael
June 6, 2012 8:39 AM

I'm sorry Leo. I should have added that I'm using Windows XP Home

KINGBLAM
February 24, 2013 2:16 PM

DocWeasel...you are a ZEN MASTER....your's is the only method that worked.....THANKS! :)

jrod
March 14, 2013 7:21 PM

Here is what you do. right click my computer and then properties and head over to hardware. click device manager and go to other devices. click on the vga graphics controller and update it. Now go to control panel-appearance and themes-change the resolution, and change it to 1024 by 768 pixels for best quality.

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