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I have an Nspire (model N22) monitor that has display issues when booting up in Windows 7. The display is always blurry (needs to be setup in control panel) each time from bootup to get to the settings where you can clearly see the screen image. I have A Lenovol SL410 laptop connected to this monitor. Is there a driver update available for Windows 7? Is it possibly a conclict between Windows 7 (native drivers) versus Lenovol Thinkvantage monitor drivers? Finally, do you know if there is a way to set working setup in the startup folder? Thanks!

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