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No it's not in your cord. It lies in the drivers for your monitor. Often times updates come through for your security and for your hardware. A lot of these updates can misconfigure your hardware drivers upon the reboot. You should be able to get the correct fix for this by going to the FAQ's in the Microsoft site.Or, if by the small chance you still have the install disc for your monitor, this would be a good time to run it. You might also try restoring back to the day when you last recall the monitor working well in the "System restore" section of your control panel.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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