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I assume you are running windows. First off you need to boot into safe mode by pressing F5 repeatedly as soon as you start your computer. Select the option for safe mode. Once you are in then you need to go to the device manager. Click on the run option on your start button then type compmgmt.msc. Click on device manager on the left side. Then click on display adapters, select your graphics card by double clicking on it. Select the driver tab and uninstall the device. Once you do this reboot with the new monitor plugged in. The operating system should install plug and play hardware automatically. Then you can install the software afterwards once you logon on. Special note: you might have to do this with the old monitor first. Once you uninstall the display driver turn your machine off and connect the new monitor. I hope this helps.
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