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Hi i have a problem with my lcd screen.i have not use him for a long time (1 year) and now i use it on my new computer,after i connected all the wires i tried to open it and it showed me not optimal resolution ,recomanded 1024x768.Ans then the screens goes black I used another screen to switch it to 1024x768 or lower and try again the screen with the problem and its still not working. Please can you help me(Sorry for my BAD english )

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Ok.. Since you gave me no valid information reguarding Manufacturer Names, Make and Model Numbers of the devices that you are referring to, I cannot get entirely specific on my suggestions to you.. But I can tell you this.. On BOTH DEVICES, (i.e. New Computer/LCD Monitor), go to the Manufaturer's Support Website and check for Current Updates per Operating System as well as Device Models.. ok?

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