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I just bought an Envison Monitor EN9250 TFT Flat Panel 1280 X 1024, 60:1. At first it was fine. then I began receiving the warning" input not supported" in a message box" which moved all over the screen. I finally changed the setting to get rid of it,but I wonder if there is an easy way to know what settings are best.

Also the CD included something called PilotPro. I installed it and found it to be more trouble than it is worth. Am I missing something?

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Most monitors have an optimal resolution and refresh rate, most decent graphics cards have profiles for monitors, so it may be worth reading the literature that came with your monitor and also going into the advanced display settings and seing if there is a profile for your monitors (this may already be set, if you go to the display settings and it says Envision...on Matrox P750 (or whatever your graphics card is) then it is already set).

Hope this helps.

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