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Cant detect 1600 x 900 on control panel - display - settings. screen keeps going black and message says not optimum mode, recommend mode 1600x900. bought new monitor yesterday. samsung sync master 2033

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You need to install the driver for your samsung sync master 2033, so the the graphics will improve or updated.

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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    aliaseveryth Jul 10, 2012

    I installed the driver and have all the outputs set (1490x900 at 60mhz). Still.. it's not being picked up by the monitor?!! (PC option is grayed out)

    Please help, I've looked everywhere! The VGA cable is new!

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