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Restart your computer.
As soon as it starts the start-up process, keep tapping the F8 key, repeatedly.
When you see the Windows "start-up" menu, select "start in safe mode".
Does your monitor work in this low-resolution (640-by-480 or 800-by-600) mode?
If so, then you had configured Windows to a too-high resolution that the NEC did not support.
Choose 1024-by-768, and click "Apply", to test that the NEC supports this mode.
Try connecting the NEC to some other computer, to see if the NEC itself is the problem.
Use your monitor buttons to look for Resolution Notice and turn it off.
To disable the notice on ViewSonic 23" LCD Monitor , use the buttons on the front of the montior to do the following: * Press #1 button * Use down arrow to highlight Setup Menu and press #2 button * Use down arrow to highlight Resolution notice and press #2 button * Select Disable and exit!!
To disable the notice on NEC LCD 1765 monitor * Press button #5 on the monitor * Scroll up and down the menu list with Montior Button #4 and then select with Monitor Button #5. Go to "Advanced menu" set the Resolution notice to OFF.
Are you running DVI or AGV? Try swapping from one to the other if it possible. Is it a possible resolution notifier? My old LCD did that just to tell me what is what. Annoying as hell but I couldn't turn it off. I can suggest turning the resolution down a level. See what happens there. Or possibly the refresh rate.
When you load the splash screen of Diablo enter into settings. Make sure you have the game set to the screen resolution you want.
For the system. Open display properties. Click Settings, click Advanced, click Monitor. (Most games require 60 hertz) to run correctly. Change your monitor to 60 hertz. Than click the Adapter tab. Click list all modes. Move the slide bar to your normal screen res with 60 hertz. Click ok at every screen as you back out od display properties. That should stop your game from popping up.