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You might need to change the screen refresh rate. Go do Control Panel> Display> Setting> Advance, choose 60 Hz. In order to make your Monitor able to display, restart the PC, press F8 on the keyboard frequently upon splashing ( 1 or 2 seconds after PC restarts). Select enable VGA mode by pressing up arrow of the keyboard> press enter. The display should look bigger, then you can start adjusting the screen refresh rate to 60 Hz
What happen when you hook this monitor up to other PC that has the video setting 1280 X 1024 60 Hz? Just ant to narrow down the problem before opening up the monitor. You may have logic problem in the logic board. If it does the same with other PC, then open it up and inpsect the inside for such thing as failed caps on the logic board or on the main power supply board, I think more likely to be ROM chip on the logic board is scrambled.
See typical failed monitors: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
in the safe mode you have to change the resoulution and the frequency to 60 hz you can get it by fright click on the screen and then choose properties and then choose settings and adjust the resolution to 1280 to 800 and then choose advanced then choose monitor then choose the frecuancy to 60 hz ok and apply ok and insa every thing will be ok conntact me for more if you still haveing the same problem
Have you checked you power saving options in Control panel. If this is a desktop, unless you are a energy miser, I would change your power saving options to never on all options, turn off hibernation and suspension for when you are playing games. You can find this in control panel under power Options. Let me know if this helps. Thank you
Assuming your running Windows as the operating system on your computer, go into Display Properties and set the refresh rate to something other than 60 hz or default. On my XP computer this can be done by right clicking on the desktop, clicking Properties -> Settings -> Advanced -> Monitor. Anything in the 70, 72, or 75 hz range should work fine. If this does not fix the problem and the monitor is out of warranty trash it and get another one.
These are the allowable resolutions and refresh frequencies for your monitor.
1280 x 1024 @ 60, 75 Hz
1024 x 768 @ 60, 70, 72, 75 Hz
800 x 600 @ 56, 60, 72, 75 Hz
640 x 480 @ 60, 75 Hz
720 x 400 @ 70 Hz
1280x720 is invalid but I see that you were having problems at 1024x768 which might mean the refresh timing was wrong.
Make sure the monitor tab in the display properties (advanced) is correctly set with 'hide modes that this monitor cannot display' so that the display is locked to the valid frequencies and resolutions.
If all else fails look at the game .ini configuration settings. You might be able to set a compatible mode there.
Or run the game in a window.