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MY LG FLATRON MONITOR SAYS I NEED OPTIMAL DISPLAY

TO DO THIS I NEED TO CHANGE MY RESOLUTION TO 1280 X 1024 BUT I DONT KNOW HOW TO DO THIS AND THE WORDS ON THE MONITOR ARE ALL FUNNY LOOKING CANT SEE THEM PROPERLY CAN YOU HELP ME????

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  • Jon May 11, 2010

    Yes we can help. What operating system are you using? (i.e XP, Vista)



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Right click on desktop
Select Properties
Settings (last tab)
Adjust slider for 1280x1024
click ok

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