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Screen resolution reminder.

Nope i didnt replace my monitor. and i'm currently using 1280 by 1024 pixels screen resolution. but i dont think its the right one. i have WINDOWS VISTA.

here's what the reminder says:

Your computer resolution may not match the monitor's optimum (1440x 900) setting. To adjust your screen resolution, see your computer's printed or online documentation. Press the AUTO button on the side of this monitor after adjusting the screen resolution.

and then it has this tingy

Setting >

Menu Off>

which i can't even click. It just stays there on the lower part of my screen. i don't know what to do to make it go away.


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  • nelzpunk Jan 31, 2009

    Mine dose it too, settings are correct. but when I go to the menu on the moniotr and then to resolution reminder, it says enable, which is checked and disable, but there is no select option. I've tried switching it and then back, menu off, and just leaving it, they don't wotk.

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Go to the control panel double click DISPLAY then select setting then select 1440x900

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Either the setting is off in Windows, or you have been changing the monitor settings, with the monitor.

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