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Screen settings what is the correct screen resolution settings for the Proview 900w ?

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    The screen resolution was fine then all of a sudden it seem to lose the green in its color it is very dull looking the colors are there but not as bright as it needs to been and what was green is now a yellowish color

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Believe it or not and its this stupid. The vga monitor cord becomes loose, and starts messing with the colors. Just push it in tight. took me forever to figure this out

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1440 x 900

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1-Press the menu button to display the OSD
The OSD main menu provides an overview of
The selection of the controls available
2-Press the up or down button to highlight the desired icon.
Then, press the menu button to activate the highlighted icon,
3-Press the up or down button to change the value of the selected item
4- Select the EXIT icon to exit the OSD
5-Repeat stems 1 through 4 to make further adjustments. all changes are stored immediately.
Set the Resolutions at 1024x768

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Please right click on your monitor desktop

Click on "Properties"

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Try changing the resolution to 1440x900. This is the ideal resolution for this monitor.
To change the resolution:
Right click on an empty space on your Windows desktop.
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Choose the Settings tab (XP) or Display Settings (Vista).
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