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Change power output from motherboard

Initially i had a LCD display and my Biostar motherboard setings were according to that but recently i changed my monitor and bought Desktop monitor so how can i change the power settings from motherboard bcause im getin poor display may be because of the high power settings that are made for LCD

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Windows will automatically install your desktop monitor using generic drivers. But if it doesn't, go to safemode by pressing F8 before it goes to windows. Change your settings from there. Also, normally, CRT monitors can take more than LCD monitors.

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