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If resolution of monitor set to higher than it limit

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Many times it may happen that the resolution of the monitor is set to higher than its limit causes the monitor to be in off state and thus make the system inoperable to overcome such problem you can perform some usefull tips as follows
Start the system, after a few minutes just click the Right mouse button and on the keyboard press Down Arrow key for "Seven times" then press Right Arrow key one time then press Down arrow key again once. Then press Enter. The resolution should set to be 800,600 thus Starts the Monitor again to normal

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