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my monitor keeps clicking after re-install of win98
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SemperPhi earned 50 total points
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Sounds like the freq detection relay.  Goto properties of the diplay card and goto advanced and on the adapeter tab choose the REFRESH rate start at 60 and work your way up, if it still does it at 60 u might want to get the monitor checked.

hope this helps.
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by:Patricia Siu-Lai Ho
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ezy2, go to the safe mode-device manager-monitor. See if you have more than one device there. Remove all of them. Shut down the computer with your monitor power off, too. After 15 min. Switch it on again. Start the computer to normal mode. The monitor will be redetected. Ensure that both normal mode and safe mode there is only one monitor device there. Inspect the stability of your monitor.

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by:bobinmad
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are you jumping from the 98 GUI to DOS apps?

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by:ezy2
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thanx,that was it,changed the setting to adapter default and "voila" fixed it!
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