Question about Philips 170P 17" LCD Monitor
Yes, right click on the desktop, go to properties > settings > advanced,
Go to the monitor tab and try changing the refresh rate to something a little higher IE if it is set at 60, try 70.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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