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How do you find out the hsync and vsync of a monitor it is not on the monitor?
Someone suggested to change the refresh rate. How do I do that?
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hsync and vsync are in your monitor's manual.
if u dont have one run the xconf (or your X setup program)and select the right kind of monitor u have this will automatically chane the refresh rate also as vsync is the refresh rate(generally but not always 50-90)
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