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After installing the monitor. it says on the screen "input not supported"

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  • pearlers40 Jul 05, 2008

    let me know soon

  • pearlers40 Jul 06, 2008

    Thank you very Much it worked. FYI, Its an ACER monitor. model # 46.AD.347.006

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Hi pearlers 40 - What is the make and model# of your monitor please? It is most likely that the refresh rate is set too high. Try right clicking on your desktop>properties>settings>advanced>monitor. Try lowering the refresh rate to 70Hz, click ok and see what happens. Let me know and let me know about your monitor. Need to know the monitor just so I can chek the specs on it. Thanks.

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Sir,,u have to use the latest service pack of windows 2000

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