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LCD monitor not working in native resolution after osd reset

I reset my monitor to default in the osd menu and now it wont display properly in anything but 1440X900 or lower. The native for this monitor is 1680X1050

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  • teajayem Jan 21, 2009

    I figured it out. I called their customer support and he told me a secret fix. Holding the menu, + and - buttons at the same time reset the monitor and everything was fine. Thanks for your help.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    This worked for my Viewsonic 2262wm monitor too -- hold down the up + down buttons for 10 seconds to reset the monitor.


    Thanks to the original poster!

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TRY RE-INSTALLING ALL THE DRIVERS FOR IT AS MAY JUST BE COMMON FUALT IN THEM

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