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Why does the monitor say input not support on my screen, and it keeps moving all around my screen. Please advise

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Your computer's videocard is set to resolution/refresh rate that your monitor does not support. Turn on the computer and keep pressing F8 until the windows boot menu appear on the screen. Use arrow keys to choose VGA mode. You will get bigger than usual icons on the screen. Use Display properties from Control Panel to set the proper resolution.

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