I have a standard graphics card. When I use Windows 7 at 1024 x 768 resolution, my monitor screen shrinks from the left and right side by about 1.5 inches. Same is with bios and boot time. When I switch to 1280*1024 resolution or something like that, I get a blank screen which reverts to 1024*768 resolution after 15 seconds.
While in ubuntu, working on the higher resolution is perfectly flawless and screen does not shrink. Also, at 1024*768 resolution, ubuntu also displays a shrinked screen. I guess that is due to the fact that I need VESA : MACH64GM drivers which are displayed in ubuntu. How do I install them in Windows 7? Windows update and self search could not find them and neither can I get them from Google.
Also, when I go to my monitor settings with the panel I have for monitor settings, I have an option that can restore the window size from standard to wide. But that makes the computer very laggy and videos don't play correctly. So I just want to keep to standard and get the ubuntu's high resolution view in Windows 7. Kindly tell me where to get those drivers, and how to get them working in Windows 7.