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Maybe you're video card is set to a screen area and color depth and refresh
rate that your monitor cannot support.
Try turning down some settings or using a default setup. For exampe, if you
are running at 1024x768, 24-bit color, and 80Hz refresh rate, try lowering
the refresh rate to 70 or 72 Hz, using 256-colors, or 800x600 resolution.
Always check your monitor's owners manual to see what refresh rates it
supports . . . this can be helped if Windows recognizes and supports your
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jane Bergen [SMTP:jane -dot- bergen -at- usa -dot- net]
> I'd say it isn't your monitor as much as it is your computer.....
> especially if you have to reboot. I'd look first at the video card,
> then the motherboard. I once had a motherboard that kept "losing" the
> keyboard and/or the mouse....that was "special" .... especially when
> they both went out and I had a big Word doc open!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Nolder, Kimberley" <Kimberley_Nolder -at- tvratings -dot- com>
> > The cable from my monitor to my computer is secure but I'll check
> > others. In order to get my monitor to come back on I have to reboot.
> And it
> > is very aggravating because I can't see when I'm trying to save by
> > Ctrl-S! Especially when I have multiple programs open. Oh and also,
> > recently replaced my monitor because it was happening with the last
> > It's probably something stupid.
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