Question about Samsung SyncMaster 913N 19" LCD Monitor
Ok, try another setting say 1024x768, 800x600 & see if that helps, what this means is for whatever reason "Windows" thinks that the current screen settings, aren't the best, for what is being "Run".
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
Your recommend guys did not solved the problem!
I use xp sp3 1024/768, that works fine. But I'm playing quake4 with 1280/1024 res and, after restart that idiot message "recommended 1280/1024" resolution is appearing. Must take off all the cables from monitor to make it works. Also, when I tried to install Linux, again "recommended 1280/1024" message is annoying me. What to do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Synchmaster 913
Hello. That message appears when the video signal from the computer exceeds the monitor's ability to display it. If the sync is set too high(i.e. max sync on the monitor is 60 Hertz at that resolution), you will get that message. Check the video settings in control panel--("appearance and themes" in XP), go to the "advanced" tab and look at the refresh rate. Most computer video cards are able to far exceed a monitor's display ability. Don't exceed 60 Hertz--check the users guide for specs--the lower resolutions can have higher refresh rates(useful in games) Sometimes, a little lower video quality can yield a big performance difference in the display because the screen can update itself faster. (I use a radio control flight simulator pgm that is heavy on video ability).---Hope I was of assistance!---Rick
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Make sure you also set the refresh frequency to 60Hz as suggested. You don't specify what system are you using, but it can generally be found in advanced display preferences under Monitor.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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