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Jaime Velazquez Posted on Oct 28, 2006

Analor out of range

Hi, i have windows xp, and when i plugged in my LG L1722p the only display I had was a little square, 4x4, that said "analog out of range" please help.

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Lower refresh rate to 60hz

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