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"Signal Over Range" message

I was on my computer listening to music. While I was looking for another song the screen went black. A white message box outlined in red popped up, reading "Signal Over Range." I checked the wires and cords, making sure they were all connected, and they were. I can't figure out how to fix it.

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Adjust your screen resolution

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I believe the max resolution this LCD can support is 1440 x 900 / 75 Hz. If you set your display resolution higher then that, you will receive the input signal out of range error. Your LDC turns off to protect it self from the invalid settings. If you can not change it back once your PC boots to windows, you may have to do it in save mode by pressing F8 once you power on your PC and before the windows loading screen starts.
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