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The monitor should adjust automatically to your PC's screen resolution and output, so it is most likely faulty and needs to be returned to the manufacturer. To make sure, unplug the monitor cable, blow on the plug and re-plug it into your PC. If this doesn't work, try connecting it to a different PC, if the same problem occurs you could try a different monitor cable if you have one available.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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