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Monitor shuts down , blank screen with a box floating around saying optimum mode not recommened , recommened mode 1228x1040, then a small box with ? mark inside, ? solution.

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Reboot your pc and press F8 to go to the safe mode. You will be able to change the resolution of the screen. And then reboot.

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