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LG FLATRON 915FT plus monitor OSD setting

Hi my monitor is 6 yrs old next month.

Windows XP, Evesham PC 2.4 Pentium 4 S-VGA.

The contrast and brightness are at 100%, but the picture is going. I'm checking on an LCD replacement, but can I tweak things at all?

The picture is blurred, greyed out and 'flat'.

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