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Relating back to the 1 in the bottom corner

I never had a problem with the monitor before and after connecting and disconnecting a few things after my computer crashed now this green 1 light is on near the circular buttons at the base of the monitor. Is there a way to make the 1 disappear. Just wanted to make sure there's nothing dangerous to my computer. Thanks for your insight. I assume the monitor can handle dvi and vga?

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If you have multiple inputs the 1 probably refers to what input you are on and is normal\

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