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Not optimum mode 510v 17" LCD Monitor

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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  • sugarft Apr 18, 2008

    Whenever I turn my computer on the screen is black with this floating box that has a message inside saying Not Optimum Mode Recommended Mode: 1280x 1024 60Hz. Under that message is a yellow box with a question mark inside. What should I do. I cannot do anything, I've pressed every button on the keyboard, and nothing happens. Please help. Thanks Pat

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