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Not optimum mode recommended mode 1024 x 768 60hz

I try the first solution which is adjust the screen resulotion in the control panel settings,but it theres nothing happen it still flashing the "not optimum mode recommended mode 1024x768 60hz?"...what the second solution it might be???tnx a lot...mwahhhhhhh

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  • pedltn Jul 16, 2008

    I have a 510N samsung and i have the same problem... floating like screen saver telling me not optimim mode reccommended. mode 1024x768 60 Hz

  • cenk erdinc Nov 05, 2008

    same screen savr look banner

    what is that

    an elc problm or what?

  • disel1 Apr 06, 2009

    my monitor shows icons larger and small and when i run the autoadjust it stays the same. but if i change the resolution for higher standard, then the icons stays very small, so i can't read them..

    what shall i do

    thanks

    Manuel from Portugal

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Hook up a different monitor and set resolution to no higher than 1024 x 768. Samsung monitor will then work fine. It appears that something fails in the monitor and it will no longer support anything higher than this.

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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Look for the monitor driver to install and update thru device manager. Let device detech as the samsung 510 monitor.

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

  • Doris Low Nov 04, 2008

    pls reply if is work.

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Change frequency to 85hz

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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