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How can I load the ImageQuest Q92 on my windows based computer? I get a message when I plug it up that says Video Mode not supported. I have no idea on how to even start searching. Thanks. Kat

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  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    Thanks Rod, which vendor do i contact, my computer or the monitors? Please help and thank you so much...

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    Rod, I got it disregard that last comment. I will check with Hyundai. Thanks again.

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