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Out of frequency LG500g

On starting without booting of os win xp.monitor displays error msg"out of frequency". on connecting monitor with other pc having win vista it works fine. i cant even open my bios. HF 27.9khz vF 62.0hz
operating frequency HF 30 -54khz vF 50 -120 hz

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15"LG Studioworks500g Monitor Supports Up to 1024by768pixel resiolution.
First U can check UR system res is High and than Go to Enable VGA mode on ur system.

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The frequency is set to high on my computer so now the monitor wont display anything and I cant lower the frequency because I cant see it on the monitor


what OS? windows?
what a PC?
if windoz, go to safe mode, and set the the resolution.
then boot.

safe mode is found , by pressing the F8 key, repeatably as you boot,
then not stating what OS ,makes an detailed answer inpossilbe.

Oct 01, 2013 | Gateway FPD1975W 19" LCD Monitor

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I changed the screen resolution from 1024 768. while booting the monitor goes to power saver mode and displays "Out of Range 53.7KHZ to 60Hz. My OS is Win XP sp 3,


If the monitor is able to display the video after the computer boots, it may be something that you will have to live with.

But, you may be able to specify a different refresh rate based on the ability of your video card. Right click on the desktop, choose properties, then settings, and advanced button. On the new window, click on Adapter, then click on the Display All Modes button. The default for 1024x768 resolution is 60Hz, but your video card may offer another frequency which may be compatible with the monitor.

If you are unable to see anything after the computer boots, restart in safemode, then make the changes.

Is this an older monitor? 1024x768 is an industry default mode / setting. I am surprised that the monitor doesn't like it.

Jun 22, 2010 | LG Flatron L1515S 15" LCD Monitor

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Our acer 19in LCD monitor goes blank after initial startup and msg "Input not Supported" appears. Startup msgs are shown but once Windows XP starts, this error appears


Your resolution is set above what the monitor supports.

when computer is first starting up hit f8 to get to boot modes.

choose Enable VGA Mode: This option starts Windows in 640 x 480 mode by using the current video driver (not Vga.sys). This mode is useful if the display is configured for a setting that the monitor cannot display.

When you are booted into windows you can then set your resolution to the highest that the monitor supports which is 1440x900

Let me know if this helps.

Mar 16, 2010 | Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor

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Monitor 2492hm - error message: "Not Optimum Mode, Recommended Mode: 1920 X 1080 @ 60 hertz". Support from Samsung very poor - their answer is '...change to optimum frequency'. How and where do I do this -...


To term in the computer is the refresh rate of the monitor. Depending on the operating system it is done a couple different ways.

Right mouse click on the desktop and choose properties or personalize (depending on your OS). In windows xp click on the last tab to change the resolution. Click on apply then click on advanced, the monitor tab, to change the refresh rate.

In Vista, click on Display Settings to be able to do the above.

Jan 08, 2010 | Samsung Computer Monitors

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Hp w2007 monitor: Powers on but screen is white - no display at all (no error msg..., just a bright white screen). Blue 'power led' is on. No difference when connected to pc or no connection. Flickers at...


This is an internal problem with the LCD monitor. It is defective and should be returned to the store your purchased it from for a new one. That is the only thing I can really think of if it is not reading properly with a seperate graphics card. It is an internal issue and needs to be repaired.

Oct 03, 2009 | HP W2007 LCD Monitor

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I have 3 acer al1603w widescreen monitor.. it was working ok before, then i let my brothers used them. afterwhich it is displaying "input not supported". WHOAAA!?!!? what do i do? its bugging me for 3 days...


Sounds like somebody messed with the monitor setup on the monitor controls. Check the manual to set it up correctly. If they changed the monitor's Frequency settings, the problems you are having will occur. Gotta set them back to 70Hz and check the other settings. If you need a manual, get back to me with the exact model number of the monitor.

Jun 11, 2009 | Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor

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Frequency out of range


You need to install the video drivers for your monitor. Go into SAFE mode to install them.

Mar 29, 2009 | Gateway FPD1960 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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When I boot into Windows Vista Premium nothing on screen


In Safe Mode, your monitor will not be listed as it is using a generic device driver for basic display. Go into your video settings and reset it to the lowest resolution available. Reboot the computer into Vista again and your display should be working. If you check Device Manager now, you should see your monitor listed. If it isn't, you will need to load the Vista drivers for it. You can then modify your display settings to suit your preferences.

Mar 28, 2009 | ViewSonic VX2035WM LCD Monitor

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Lg CRT monitor model 500g 17inch -out of frequency


First, you did a great job of explaining and starting to identify the problem. You also eliminated a few things that we would have tried along the way.
PROBLEM DEFINITION: The real issue (as you may already know) appears that the operating system, specifically the software drivers for the video board and monitor, must be correct in order for the monitor to work. In other words: there are three computers that must be able to communicate with each other - the main computer, the video board computer (microprocessor) and the monitor's computer (also a microprocessor). Think of the drivers as the programs for each of the microprocessors. The message you are getting says that one of the three programs is sending data to one of the other programs and that the receiving program is complaining that it is "talking too fast to understand".

So, which one? Since you are not having any problems with Win98 or 2K then it is not a problem with the monitor (or so it seems). Since each Windows operating system must load its own driver, and many times these drivers are not the same (actually the "kernel" is if you think of them as programs for the microprocessors) because they must talk to the operating program too. I'm puzzled about the "...safe mode...didn't work..." comment since safe mode doesn't load the drivers on purpose. Maybe it worked at first and you didn't change anything so it didn't work when you logged back on without safe mode?

POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS:
1. Start up in Win2000 and look at "properties" for the video board and monitor. Use "advanced" if necessary and write down all of the driver names, the make of the vidoe board and especially the "frequency" of the monitor that it "thinks" it is. If it is "auto" then see if there are any other choices (50,60,65,70,72 and 75 are all popular sweep frequencies). Note that the video card AND the monitor must be able to communicate at the SAME frequency. One of them (or both) can be on "auto" but one can't be on 60 and the other on 72! This will produce the error message you describe.

Now, try to start up your WinXP (safe mode if possible) and fix (match) the properties/frequencies. You will have to bring up the control panel to do this since the "properties" selection is locked out in safe mode.

2. If this doesn't work then it might just be a program that is loading during startup. Check the "run=" statements in the Win.ini and system.ini files for WinXP. Remove or comment these out. An older game or application that didn't work on WinXP may try to grab the video before the system would start. Eliminate, or comment out if you don't want to eliminate any that you might want to keep, any program that you suspect or just don't have a clue what it does. Suspect programs that load on startup are virus checkers that were not written for XP.

3. Save, preferably on a removable device (USB thumb drive) your current video card and monitor drivers for WinXP as a backup. Log in using Win2K, download current drivers for your video card and monitor, also onto the thumb drive. Then, delete the drivers from the device manager. When you restart it should say "found new device" for both the video card and the monitor. It should then ask for the drivers. Point it to the thumb drive and load the new drivers.

Please rate this solution and let me know how it turns out...

Jul 17, 2008 | Computer Monitors

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Input not supported


You may have a video resolution selected on your computer that the screen doesn't support.

The reason you see the the initial startup message is because that is loaded from the bios, prior to the settings for the graphic card output being loaded.

Try booting the computer in safe mode and adjusting the display resolution.

Dec 29, 2007 | Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor

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