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"Input signal out of range"

I have this monitor hooked up to a macbook and have used it for many months now withour problems. Just now my monitor started showing a message saying "input signal out of range, change settings to 1680x1050-60 hz". Of note current settings are 1920x 1080 - 60 hz and has been that way since day one. My macbook is at 1280x800 connected to this monitor via a DVI to HDMI cable. Please help. changing the resoultion is not making a difference and the error message doesnt go!

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