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17" Samsung 715v won't display anymore, it will just give a moving message that says "1280 x 1024 VIDEO RESOLUTION..." but will stay the same no matter how much i tried adjusting the computer's resolution. Is the monitor damage already?

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    Same problem with my Samsung 715v...

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What do you mean adjusting computers resolution.

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On a 17ins monitor the best resolution is 1024x768 regardless of whether it tells you a different "recommended" display resolution.

Just ignore any warning it gives you and it should work very well with the resolution i've told you, just use the slider to select the 1024x768.



Regards.

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