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I have set up my tv as a monitor for my desktop. Everything works fine but there is a little blue and white rectangle moving up and down and left to right on the screen that displays "Attention, Out of Range". How do I get rid of that. It is very annoying.

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Same thing can't figure it out ??

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Hi,

You may need to lower down the Screen Resolution or the Screen refresh Rate of you PC's Display Properties a bit.

Good luck and kind regards.

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The refresh rate of your computers graphics card is set either too high, or too low. right click on the desktop, select properties, go to the settings tab, and click advanced. then go to the Monito tab, and play around with the different refresh rates, until the picture will show up. This is usually, around 60 Hz or less.

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