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Changed screen resolution. Now when turning on computer and monitor a message appears " is screen resolution correct? If any key is touched the monitor goes to standby.

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Try to boot on safe mode, by pressing f8 while booting then choose safe mode,

while in safe mode you can set the resolution back to its default .

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