Question about Computers & Internet
Your monitor does not like the resolution that you have it set at. I have a monitor that does exactly the same thing unless it is set to 1440X900. Check the documentation that came with the monitor, it should tell you what resolution to use. If you cannot find the documentation, reply with the make and model of your monitor and we can find it for you.
To change the resolution of your monitor (in Windows), right click on an empty area of your desktop, select Personalize or Properties, then select Display Settings or Settings (depending XP or Vista).
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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