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Out of range

When i boot up comp windows icons show then on screen comesup out of range

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  • freshisalive Nov 16, 2008

    my screen will come up until it comes up out of range

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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

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

  • Scott Hill
    Scott Hill Mar 21, 2009

    some monitors can not support the output range of the video cards in the computer. that is just the way it is for instance, a 15 inch LCD monitor will not go above 1024x768 resolution most times, but a 17 inch monitor will go up to 1280x1024, if the video card goes higher it will force the monitor "out of range" also the cycles on the monitor display tab can be changed to 50hz up to 75 or even 85hz but if the monitor can not handle this cycle rate then it will display "out of range". hope this helps someone.

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