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My monitor has a message floating up and down saying not optimum mode recommended mode 1280x1024 60Hz what do i do

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You will have to change the resolution of your screen as well as the refresh rate. Go to the Display settings of your computer and set the resolution to 1280x1024 and refresh rate to 60Hz.

Assuming you are using windows vista:

Right click on your desktop and select Properties > select Display settings > change the resolution to 1280X1024. Go to Advance button > Monitor tab and set the rate to 60Hz. Click Apply then OK.

Good luck and have a nice day!

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Dear dalton,

1.right click on desktop.select properties and click it.

2.then select settings tab on top.

3.there u can see the screen resolution slider bar. there u can select the optimum mode for ur monitor.


thanks,

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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