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Im trying to set mty screen resolution without disk so i dont have the right software for my ibm L170 think vision monitior

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Native resolution for this monitor is 1280 x 1024 @60Hz.
Verify that your PC has the correct driver installed for your video card, not the generic driver by Microsoft.
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It's seems your new pc resolution settings, set to high...
Hook up to another monitor and go to settings to correct your
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Good lucks!

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