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High frequency sound out of monitor

When screen resolution is lower than 1152X864 32B or every 16B then monitor starts to make very high frequency sound waves. i do not know what to do, please help

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Tell OS and monitor model...?

set this configration in win xp os...
1024by768 pix
32bit
and go to display properties=>advanced=>monitor=>change the frequncy....
some CRT monitors not support..

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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