Running Quake in 320x200 resolution can be less exciting, and you may want to try higher resolutions. If you find that your video card does not support VESA 2.0, then you will need a software driver.
Try to locate such a driver from your vendor, or if you can't, consider these alternatives:
After you have obtained the driver, include it into your Quake session using the following methods:
To see if you can get higher resolutions, try these steps after loading up Quake:
Alternatively, version 1.0 and later of Quake allows you to do the same thing using the menu:
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