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Out of range

Although my Liquid Video 17" monitor has worked fine for a few years, suddenly, when I run video, I get an orange message box that says

Max 1280X1024
It has a sine wave symbol with 7500 on the left.

I tried the Auto Adjust, no improvement.
I went to the menu, and stepped down the list. The bottom one has the sine wave 7500 symbol, but I can't step to that one.

Other than that, the display is just fine.

I checked my display properties from my desktop, and it is set at 1280X1024. I dropped the resolution, and it had no effect.


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Try lowering your refresh rate from 85hz (or higher) to a lower value around 70hz.
This usually will correct out of range issues.

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