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It normally means that you have connected the monitor to a computer whose resolution and frequency are beyond the range that this monitor are capable of.
To fix this, you can do one of two things: reconnect the old monitor and reduce the resolution to 800 by 600, which every monitor can handle and then reconnect the new monitor and change the resolution settings again. by default, Windows will restrict you to only settings that the monitor can handle. The second option would be to start your computer in safe mode (F8, just before you get the windows screen during boot). and change you monitor settings that way, rebooting afterwards.
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