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Auto Adjustment in progress ie continusally flashing on my screen, how do I stop it?

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Go to your desktop and right click.A drop down menu will appear. Select screen resolution. Adjust the resolution and click apply.

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Go to menu on the bottom of your monitor. Select "image control" once there click auto adjustment. That should change it. Let me know.:)

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