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I have 2 windows on my screen side by side one has side I could browse and and the other is in all blue and has a note that says No Composite inputs signal. On the button part of the screen nest to on and off button are the menu buttons and niether of them work and besides that there are 4 numbers 1 to 4 and the numbers 1 and 4 are in green.

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Get into the display console and look for the monitor split screen settings

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