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Benq FP222W Every time I switch on, or the signal to the monitor changes, the message "Input D-sub" appears. This is very distracting. Is there any way to stop this? Thanks Don

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  • gadgarra Feb 07, 2008

    I could not find "resolution", but I did find "refresh rate". The only avilable setting was 60Hz.

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    Have The same problem,
    frequency change does not help.


  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    same problem with NEX multisync 1940CX. This is maddening ... I just have to hit the "select" button on the bottom left of the monitor to get it to go away every time my monitor comes back from sleeping, but very annoying

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Try putting the resolution on 65hz if that dont work then try
different resolutions on the monitor. Right Click in a open area on your desk top and click properties and the click the monito tab to change the resolutions.

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

  • Paul Mason
    Paul Mason Feb 07, 2008

    also i forgot to mention after you hit properties click the settings tab then under color quality hit the advanced tab on bottom right hand side this will allow you to change to what resolution you need.

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PLease rate solution and provide feedback.

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