Question about AcerPower 2000-UD431C - Core 2 Duo E4300 1.8 GHz (S6463626) PC Desktop
I ran a driver scan on my ACER Power2000 and the results said one of my drivers was out of date. (Unfortunately I didn't note which one it was, except that it was an Intel.) So I downloaded and installed the updated driver. When I was done, I was told I had to reboot, which I did. But all that comes back up in a small dialog ox in the middle of a black screen that says: "Out of range signal. Cannot display this video mode. Change computer display input to 1680x1050@60Hz." I have no idea what to do, especially since I cannot even get into the computer at this point.
Ok, the resolution the computer is using now is out of the range that is supported, try another monitor or try pressing F8 on the startup to get the advanced startup menu then select safe mode, in safe mode uninstall the driver you installed, this should return it to normal, then restart the computer and in normal mode you will need to install the old driver to get everything back to normal.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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