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for your knowledge win xp or vista is not related to the moniter it will convert from its system compability so check out system configuration for vista and if it match with vista just load it and done.ok and if problem persist contact me
The buttons on the front of your monitor will have a set up. When you get into setup mode there will be a bunch of symbols. Use the other buttons to scroll around to the correct one. It will be the one with the arrows pointing to the top and bottom of the screen.
There should be either a + - button or something like that. Just push the one that makes the screen shorter to the desired height.
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Startt the pc in SAFE MODE and change thr resolution of the screen, the computer does not work on 1280 X1024, so AT THE BOOT TIME PRES F8 chose save mode with windows, tan on the property of the display change the video resolution at 1280 X1024, and i think you don't have the video driver instaled not sure but u can chek that as well.chek run WINDOWS UPDATE if your diver is not in place. to chek driver take a look in computer management DEVICE MANAGER.
Replacement is probably the only option at this point. It would cost more to fix than it would be worth new. Try going to:
They are usually running cheap specials on monitors.