Monitor turns black and with a not optimum mode pop-up
My kid played a teaching game required a lower resolution mode, after we turned the game off, monitor couldn't go back to its regular mode, but turned black with a floating pop-up showing: not optimum mode, recommend mode: 1280x 1024.
The monitor menu and auto adjustment are freezed. I tried to re-start my comuptor, but it showed the same pop-up.
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It sounds like you have a driver problem. I would recommend that you reinstall the drivers for your video card. After that I would make sure that you install the drivers for your monitor. 1440x900 is not a standard resolution so the Windows default monitor driver may not have the proper refresh rate for your monitor. If you monitor drivers do not have a installer the link below will help you install them.
this is not the problem with your monitor. Pl boot your computer with enable vga mode. in vga mode set your resolution into 1680 x 1050 with which color mode you need set ok
it will be ok. After restart, your computer will ok. even the problem retains, pl reinstall the video driver and try again. give me ur feedback
When you can't change the screen resolution then most likely only the default VGA driver has been installed. You need to install the graphics driver of the video card that is installed in your computer. To check which graphics driver is installed, click on Control Panel - Display - Settings - Advance - Adapter tab. If the graphics adapter is set for Standard VGA then the graphics driver was not installed.
video card may not be capable of that resolution and color depth, check your video cards max resolution and color depth. I have several lcd monitors that are 1280x 1024 and they do not need drivers to work. the video card must be capable of generating that resolution.