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Ingram Micro TFT-LCD monitor fault.. When my computer boots up the resolution is correct 1152 by 864 pixels but after a few seconds the resolution reverts back to 640x480 and I have to go in to screen settings to correct the problem.

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CHECK THE DRIVERS FOR THE SYSTEM, THE DRIVERS CAN BE CORRUPTED, OR MISSING PARTS OF THE PROGRAM.

THE BATTERY ON THE MOTHERBOARD IS FAILING

MONITOR IS STARTING TO FAIL

VIDEO CARD ERRORING OR AND THE VIDEO CARD IS HAVING IRQ AND DMA CONFLICKS
TRY TO USE THE SAME IRQ IS OR ANOTHER DEVICE WANT TO USE AND IT IS RESETTING THE MONITOR EVERY TIME

ROD

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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