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Drivers In several cases the screen will disappear for a few seconds and then it says Windows recovered the display. Where can I get a download of the Monitor's drivers??

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This is a problem with the video drivers not the monitor. I would download the newest drivers for your video card, uninstall the current drivers, then install the new ones.

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