About every 30 seconds a message comes up right in the middle of the screen saying Resolution Notifier Optimal Resolution is 1280x1024 See User's Manual Press (Select) Since I bought a display model I don't have a user's manual. My monitor is about a month old and had been working just fine until recently.
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Re: NEC 1940 CX Monitor
Here's the user's manual:
Basically, according to the manual, you have to go into your menu and turn off the resolution notifier.
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You don't say which operating system you are using.
The monitor resolves images across a fixed range of resolutions and resfresh rates.
It is the resolution of the graphics card or graphics adapter that can be changed, not that of the monitor.
Right click on empty space on your desktop > properties > settings.
Left click and hold on the slider and slide to the right in stages.
Each resolution change offers you a test page to accept or reject.
When satisfied Apply > Yes > Ok.
To reset the Refresh Rate:
Properties > settings > Advanced > Refresh Rate.
Then restart your computer.
Be careful not to exceed the resolution/refresh rate range of your monitor (1280 x 1024) / 75.0 Hz because if you do, when you restart the computer, the monitor will be unable to resolve the image and you will get a blank screen and/or an Out Of Range error message.
An out of range problem might only be resolved by using a different monitor to reset the resolution back to within the range of the preferred monitor.