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Monitor Resolutions Menu Pop ups

My monitor resolutions set-up menu keeps on popping every now and the. Any time i press the monitor power button, the menu pops out again. i've tried using different monitors but the same happens and every time i try my monitor on a different PC the same is carried on to the new PC.Hellllllllllp please.

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Please disable this notification from settings menu of monitor. you should find it under settings or notification menu which can be accessed via switches on monitor.

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