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Out of scn range

Monitor is workig out of scan range change pc setting

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  • lindal3 Nov 18, 2008

    no it did not work

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Hi

Click StartGo SettingsControl Panel  Display Settings your screen 1024*768 select  it and 32 bit color quality also.. apply it ok..

it will work.

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