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I cant get the monitors resolutin at 1440x900-60Hz and the monitor keeps going to sleep

I need help i have tryed to do everything i can and i cant fix it

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Re: i cant get the monitors resolutin at 1440x900-60Hz...

Your graphics card doesnt support the resolution that your monitors native resolution is set at.

btw, what graphics card are you using?

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