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Out of Range message on monitor after T5300 finished booting. No Image.

When you turn on the T5300 the HP boot screen appears on the monitor and when it is done booting a message displays on the screen "Out of Range" and you get no video. I tried booting into setup and setting factory defaults and it didn't change anything. I am wondering if this device is worth fixing, can a person buy just the inside box and reuse the case?

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  • Patty Guden Jan 31, 2007

    How do you change this setting on a T5300.

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The out of range refers to the screen resolution size of your pc as apposed to the monitor. It is unable to operate at the set refresh rate and screen res.

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