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Keep getting unsupported mode message on my new coby monitor

I have a dell pc and it works fine with the dell monitor but not the nice coby i just got. is there an adapter i can purchase so that i can fix this and use the coby

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Adjust the resolution on your computer to one of the standard resolutions - 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, or the native resolution of the screen.

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