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This usually happens when the frequency range of the monitor can not handle the refresh rate provided by the system. Did you tried to change the resolution or the refresh rate frequency of the system ? If yes then you have to revert the change. In case you are unable to make the change from with in the OS as message pops-up at the start-up i suggest attach an other screen and choose a lower resolution afterwards you can attach the same screen and hopefully the issue will be resolved.
The resolution controls are on the device that is plugged in on the HDMI cable attached to your ASUS ML238. In other words, if it is a PC or laptop, you will need to go to the resolution settings to find the fitting screen resolution for your monitor.
"JUST PRESS CINEMA MODE ON YOUR REMOTE CONTROL AND SELECT APPROPRATE VIEWING MODE" it might be located under the left of 0 with an image like stretching as indicated on my remote. It is the issue about the overscanning and underscanning of tv using HDMI connection. I have been the same problem as you but I did solved it using this. Hope this would help!
If you are using XPRight click on your desktop and goto:
Properties>Settings>And drag the 'Screen Resolution' Bar all the way to 'Less'
If you are using Vista/7
Right click on your desktop and goto:
Screen Resolution> And drop the resolution bar a move it to 'High'
That sounds like a resolution problem. If you have a PC attached to the TV, unplug the monitor cable, and plug a computer monitor to the computer. Change the resolution down to 1024x768, then try plugging back into the TV
whatever you are trying to attach to the tv is set to the wrong frequency. If it is a computer you need to change the video settings by attaching a known working monitor and selecting another resolution. You will have to keep trying if the new resolution doesnt work. trial and error is your only option here. it will work when you have a system that displays within that frequency and in a supported resolution.