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Sipahi
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Posted:8/7/2007 5:23:00 AM # 1
From the day I bought this monitor accidentally (I tought it has a DVI connection) when I change resolution, it makes an atuo adjustment. But it fails sometimes and pictures divided or overload to left or right. This happens especially when I run games or applications runs in different resolutions.

I resetted monitor countless times but it didnt changed. Horizontal and Vertical adjustments are not enough to fine picture.

You can see the problem here clearly...

Does anyone ones how to manually make a auto adjsutment? Because there is nothing in the menu. And I still have divided pictures. Or any way to fix this problem? I'm thinking to return it to seller.

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Sipahi
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Posted:8/23/2007 7:32:00 AM # 2
Looks like I found the solution, I'll write it here anyway, maybe solves some one's misery  too.

This monitor runs below 75 hz refresh rating on high resolutions like 1440x900. My VGA card (MSI 8800GTX) only have 75, 65 and 60 hz. 75 hz makes the problem and broken images. Lower rates are trashing my eyes. Luckly Nvidia added some option to their control panel. User can define custom resolutions and refresh rates. I defined a 1440x900 72 hz refresh rate resolution. And monitor works fine, my eye are fine...

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turntable
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Posted:8/1/2010 4:54:00 AM # 3
Look like I found a better solution for this monitor on 1440x900@75Hz. At least, it works for me, maybe it works for you too, even in other Asus models. My problem was the same as yours, except it occured at all the refresh rates, even on 60/72Hz too.

On Windows(98-Win 7, i think...I have XP SP3):

Change your Screen Resolution to 800x600@60Hz(auto adjust may still work correctly on this resolution). Get Powerstrip, install it, and paste the parameters(see below) to the window, where you can create a custom resolution, apply it,  and make sure the Powerstrip start with the Windows. Powerstrip has a copy from clipboard button for the pasting. Then reboot the machine. You must reset your monitor manually on boot, and after the logon you may consider that it works fine in 1440x900@75Hz. For this result, the Powerstrip must start with windows on all boot, so you must buy it(or......), because its a trial program.

On Mac OSX: 
Change your Screen Resolution to 800x600@60Hz(auto adjust may still work correctly on this resolution). Get SwitchResX, install it, and paste the parameters(see below) to the window, where you can create a custom resolution, apply it, and save it. After a reboot, you can choose this resolution in display preferences as 1440x900@75.3Hz. Choose it(auto adjust still fails now), and reboot. You must reset your monitor manually on boot, and after the logon you may consider that it works fine in 1440x900@75Hz. For this result, the SwitchResX doesnt need to run anymore, so you can uninstall it with its installer.

So, this is what you must paste the programs(between the "" marks):

"PowerStrip timing parameters:
1440x900=1440,136,24,392,900,0,3,36,140785,2054

Generic timing details for 1440x900:
HFP=136 HSW=24 HBP=392 kHz=71 VFP=0 VSW=3 VBP=36 Hz=75

VESA detailed timing:
PClk=140,79 H.Active=1440 H.Blank=552 H.Offset=120 HSW=24 V.Active=900 V.Blank=39 V.Offset=0 VSW=3

Linux modeline parameters:
"1440x900" 140,785 1440 1576 1600 1992 900 900 903 939 -hsync -vsync"

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