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My Samsung X10d 15" monitor does not show the Windows Xp start up screen or the Rising Anti virus start up scan.It shows the Welcome screen and the desktop and graphics are ok.The problem started when my children pressed auto adjust on the menu while watching a dvd.Thanks in advance,Timadam.

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  • Timi Williams Jul 06, 2010

    Thanks Sonic 009 for your help. Will try to find the files.

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