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My ZENWARE LCD monitor displays OUT OF RANGE H: 31 - 60Khz V: 56 - 75Khz Max. Res 1360X768 CURRENT MODE H: 64Khz V: 60Hz

In safe mode, it displays correctly. How to change the current range to within working range? Thanks. Lindsay

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