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Cannot get the pop up window, asking for a change of resolution, which HAS been done, to stop appearing every time I log on, or chandeISP. It is SO annoying and I lose speed and train of thought.

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  • nancy24 Sep 06, 2007

    I JUST bought this monitor, I am NOT going to PAY to have this issuw=e mAYBE repaired!

  • nancy24 Sep 07, 2007

    Why should I pay YOU to fix this? I have only had this thing for 6 months!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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You can try to reinstall your video card driver, it could be the reason why you're experincing this type of problem :P

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