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My computer says its our of range to adjust settings.

I have tried to but i cant keep my screen on to fix.
it also tells me my monitor is going to sleep.

please help me
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Right click on the desktop click on screen setup and click on sleep mode add 20 minutes to it, then right click on the desk top and go to properties choose 32 bit and 900 dpi and click ok see if that's better if it is click ok, need more info or that does not work just re-post a comment and I will get back to you..

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