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Monitor issue I am having a problem with my monitor. I nthe cevter of the screen is a blue box with the term "Out Of Range" notice in side th e box. My entire screen is very fuzzy and out of focus. The model number is 912Vwa-1. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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Open Control-Panel-Display, click on "Settings tab".
Use the slidet to change resolution.
Your monitor should be 1440 X 900.
Click "Apply"
If screen is OK, click "OK" on popup prompt.
if display goes dark, wait 15-20 seconds and it will return to where it was before.

Also: you can click the "Advanced" button
Click on "Monitor" tab.
Adjust "Screen refresh rate to 60 hz or 75 hz.

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