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Display problem after Format

Formatted with xp but the Monitor wont show. It only displays 'sync out of range' I'm really gettin nervous cos i nid my system back on.

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Hi, my name is Alex and im here to help sort your problem out.

It sounds to me like you need to change the herts configuration of the monitor and also the resolution you have your monitor set to. It should be set by default to 60 herts. Also, the resolution is best set at 1024 x 768. To set these, you need to right click anywhere on the desktop and click properties

To change the reolution.

Click start, configuration, display. Slide the cursor until you display 1024 x 768

To change the herts.

Click start, configuration, display, advanced options, monitor and make sure it is set to 60 herts.

I hope this helps. Please let me know if you experience more problems.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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    Alex Woods Oct 15, 2008

    Does the boot screen come on? If so, you need to enter Safe mode by pressing F8 before Windows boots. When you enter safe mode, the screen resolution will be big but at least you can change the herts configuration.

    I hope this info is useful to you.

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