Seems nearly impossible for a newbie to:
Change from a too high/large resolution
Reinstall Linux Mint/Ubuntu, while keeping the Microsoft Windows crutch.
Remove Linux Mint/Ubuntu, while keeping the Microsoft Windows crutch.
Good thing I kept good old Microsoft Windows as a crutch, or wouldn't be able to post.
Have no idea how the resolution was changed. It's something that should not be changed in such a way, so easily, without notice. Tried several times to lower the resolution as I could see it was set too high. It never changed back to where I tried to set it, is all I know. Ever since rebooting, have this basically dead system.
I'm dead in the water with a Linux Operating System that will do nothing, no graphical interface at all after; almost booting.
Wondering if I need help, or need to reinstall Microsoft Windows alone.
Yes, my hardware info is not listed. Why?
It's not my hardware, it worked, works fine in countless operating systems including Linux Mint. Only the resolution needs reset to where it was. Doesn't sound like a formidable task does it?
Oh, excuse, a little upset perhaps, after searching for hours for answers to these questions.