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na moiom monitore vw 192 s kartina desktop podvinulas na pravo. kak mne etu problemu reshit? iz meniu eto ne poluchilos.

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I have found a way to stop flickering of auto adjust - press the menu key on your monitor -factory reset-menu button-all settings. That has solved my problem and hope it helps you.

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