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I have the samsung syncmaster 913v 19'' lcd monitor.Recently,the thing blacks out after 1 hr or so and the not optimum mode signal appears.I cannot raise the resolution above 1024x768 without blacking out again.I can usually reboot after abt 15 min to continue a session .I have updated drivers to no avail.any ideas?

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It seems like a lot of people have experienced this issue after a year or two of use. There are two things people reported working...

Try adjusting the refresh rate higher or lower... 60Hz is usually stable in any resolution.

Completely unplug monitor for 5 minutes or longer. Seems like it works for some and not others.

Samsung has a 3 year warranty. If neither solution works, see if it is still under warranty.

Good luck!

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