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turning off "auto config"

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I have an Acer AL1912B, and whenever I turn my screen on, or my display changes (loading up a game) it auto configs its self, and its usually totally off. Is there any way to turn it off so that it doesnt move my display?

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what screen resolution do you have your desktop set at? I would guess if the resolution between the game and the desktop at totally different, then it would do that, mine doesn't do that. I normally have to auto config manually.
    
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its at 1280X1024.. but it does that when the monitor first turns on.
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