Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
How do i configure this??
What you are experiencing is a frequent occurrence when monitors are upgraded, switched, whatever. Computers don't always recognize monitors as 'Plug n Play' devices. When you switch them out, the change may not be noticed.
What you are looking for is the 'Refresh Rate'.
Put the old (or new, which ever worked last) monitor back on and reboot. The screen should come up normally
If it gives you any problems at all, comment me back. I'll walk through it with you.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Keep the system in low resolution.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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