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 Posted: Mon Nov 16th, 2009 01:29 pm
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Mines Vista and windows 7 and i have no problems so far.

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I can't remember Bob - or how to find out what it is! - but I remember we checked this out a few months ago but everything I tried made no difference!:sad:

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If you go to your Windows control panel and look for Display Settings it will show you there. Choose the highest figure that your Monitor is capable of, unless it's already there.



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Robert wrote: If you go to your Windows control panel and look for Display Settings it will show you there. Choose the highest figure that your Monitor is capable of, unless it's already there.

Sorry for late reply Bob but I was out yesterday.   It's on the highest setting so nothing I can do about it I guess.  Funny thing is, it was all ok until something changed in the system when you went to the new server months ago!   Anyway, not to worry.

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