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Monitor (CRT and LCD)

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#1 edwarde54


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Posted 27 November 2009 - 08:21 PM

I used to have a 13" CRT monitor (800x600 resolution) and it takes me under 4 seconds to boot up. Now, I've upgraded my monitor to a 22" wide LCD display (1680x1050 resolution) and it boots up to 15 seconds, give or take. Now my question is, is it possible that the reason why it's taking some time to boot up is because of the screen differences (from 800x600 to 1680x1050 resolution). Thank you for your time.

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