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Oversize Message When booting up my computer, it starts to boot up with normal picture, then the screen says "OVERSIZE recommend Mode 1280 X 1024". The screen then goes blank and the power LED turns from steady green to blinking yellow. Another moniter works fine with the computer and the Kogi moniter works fine when connected to my laptop.

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    OVERSIZE recommend Mode 1280 X 1024

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run the system on safte mode and then try to manage your screen resolution to minimum and then restart it normally..

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