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Rmy 2025 made in 2002 only will show me cannot display this video mode, change comp. display input to 1600x1200@60hz. the monitor wont display nothing but those words I cant change nothing

It is stuck how to make it change back to 1600x1200h@60hhz

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It's made to work on 75Hz smoothly. Try to change a graphics card.

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