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I have a problem with my hp 1702 please help!!!!

When i play a game i have a white box on screen which says "Input signal out of range" the white box moves round the screen which is annoying any then the screen turns off i assume into sleep mode. If i use any windows based programme this box dissapears and all is good PLEASE HELP

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This means that your screen settings are not compatible with the game. like 16 bit color to 32 bit color. set the screen settings so that you can play. Display properties would let u adjust these colors.

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