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Re: out of range
You will lhave to start the machine in safe mode and return the refresh and resolution to min to get the video back up
after that you may raise the resolution and refresh until it fails again and do nothing it will return to the last seting and you can leave the setting there, hope this helps
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Describe your AOC S7M51, 17 in. CRT Monitor Problem. with external TV Tuner card connected, Message shows "Warning, Not Support, Out of range" and with CPU connected, the same message shows from the booting... ??? are AOC monitors trusted for the efficiency ?
before windows loads up...
hold F8 key.. will show menu for windows
select safe mode
once in safe mode if icons show up.. restart and let it
load as normal.
If no icons in safe modeyou will have to do a restore from
windows.. what version is it?
if icons in safe mode but no icons in normal windows then
you have something in startup causing the problem
we can check this from registry or msconfig..
keep me posted
the "Out of Range" message usually appears when the video card is putting out a video resolution or frequency that the monitor isn't able to handle. You should reboot your computer and BEFORE the Windows screen shows up, press the F8 button once every half-second. THis will bring up the boot menu for Windows. Select "Enable VGA Mode" and press enter. THis will load Windows in VGA mode where the screen resolution will be 800x600 @ 60Hz. Any modern monitor is able to use this. Once you log into Windows with the basic video settings, you can go into the Display properties within Windows and bump up your resolution and frequency as needed.
Is there a reset, restore button on the monitor? If so, press it. If this doesn't solve the problem, start Windows in Safe Mode by pressing on the F8 key as it is booting. When you get the black & white menu, choose safe mode. You should be able to change the resolution to a really generic one (like 600 x 800) here to allow you to start over. You may have set the refresh rate incorrectly in the display screen, too.
1: Signal out of range meas the monitor can't handle the input refresh rate. lcd and Tft monitors usually supports 60 and 75Hz refresh rates. 2: The Resolution you are using to view the desktop is too high, this number is depending on the size of the lcd monitor. a 15" lcd usually runs with: 1024x768 with 60hz a 17" lcd usually runs with: 1280x1024 with 60hz some of them supports 75hz. a 19" lcd usually runs with 1600x1200 or higher.
I recommend reading the user manual if you have it, or checking the information on the manufacturer's website.
3: As a solution turn on your computer and after it passes the bios screen press F8 and select VGA mode.
This will enable 640x480 (standard vga) resolution and 60Hz refresh rate, after windows boots up you can change thease nmbers , and windows automatically asks for turning to 800x600 60Hz.
If you want to change the resolution go to: Right click on your desktop, select properties , select settings tab, and adjust the resolution on the bottom of the window.
check your resolution settings and change to 800><600 and try again.If it does not work at 1024><768 try loading monitor driver In display properties it should show BenQ FP731 instead of plug and play monitor.