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I bought a new HP tower and brought a discarded moniter home from my office. When I power on I get a message out of range, vga in 102x768, h snyc +68.5, v snyc +84.7

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Reboot your computer.

When it begins to boot, tap the F8 key repeatedly.

When the menu appears, select Enable VGA mode and press enter.

When the system comes up, right click on the desktp, and select Properties.

Click Settings and set the resolution to 800x600 to start with.

Click Apply or OK

Restart your computer.

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Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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