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I have an eView 17f3 computer monitor that was manufactured in November of 2004. I began to disassemble it for fun because I hadn't used it in a few years and didn't expect to need it. When I saw all of the CRT warnings I thought I'd better look for more information on what I was dealing with. I had no idea there was a CRT in it, let alone what a CRT was! I've been searching for clear instructions on how to safely break the vaccum seal but haven't been totally sure about it. Now that I have this thing sitting in my garage (everything is disconnected from the CRT) can you tell me how to proceed?

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SOURCE: frequency out of range

the monitors resolution range is only to 1280X740 or 780
and your video card may also need an upgrade.
The game may require a higher resolution that is not compatible with the the devices mentioned.

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