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This is not a monitor problem.This is a mother board problem, some mother boards are supporting this resolution.For this problem,you have to replace the mother board or put the graphics card on the same mother board.your problem will solve.
Hi Alice, from what I have found on the web: This model features a 1440x900 native resolution I am guessing you that you or a game has changed the resolution to something other than 1440x900. Assuming you have Windows 7: If you right click on the desktop in an empty spot ie not on a folder or icon, you should be able to see a selection called Screen Resolution, and then after that pulldown box next to the word "Resolution" that allows you to change your resolution to 1440x900. I am assuming a game has changed your resolution to something like 640x480 or something else like 800x600. If you aren't using Windows 7 go to Start, Control Panel, Display and you should be able to change your display settings there. Feel free to ask some questions or help from me. Regards, Steve PS Feel free to vote for my answer or give a testimonial if I have helped you out.
It sounds like you have a driver problem. I would recommend that you reinstall the drivers for your video card. After that I would make sure that you install the drivers for your monitor. 1440x900 is not a standard resolution so the Windows default monitor driver may not have the proper refresh rate for your monitor. If you monitor drivers do not have a installer the link below will help you install them.
your pc may be set to a resolution that is out of range for the monitor.
Boot into "Safe mode" reset the Display settings to 640 x 480.
reboot into normal mode then change the screen settings to your desired resolution.