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  • sATISH Jan 14, 2013

    Manual has been read. Is there any setting on the motherboard?

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Go to picture settings, and adjust the parameters there. Refer the user manual.

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    The Knight Jan 14, 2013

    To do any change to mother board data settings, you have to enter its service mode. Just see, it is a skilled work, and you must know about what are you going to do there. If any data values are misaligned, that setting might never can be recovered. Anyway, just check this site, and see whether it help you. Do not do anything without proper knowledge about these settings. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.co...

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