Question about ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard
I think the problem is with the resolution of your display or the refresh rate.
Get into safe mode, and set display resolution to the lowest setting (640 x 480, 256 color).
Once, you get into normal mode, change the display setting again as necessary. Don't set refresh rate to any higher one than your monitor can support.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Hi i am enver parson can you tell me wot tipe of graphics card are you using
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please confirm that which selection u select after pressing F8.
If u select Safe mode (top option) and your system running normal in safe mode. Then the problem in your monitor refresh rate settings...under display properties(desktop-rightclick-properties-settings-advance-adaptor-list all modes-800x600 16bit 60Hz) apply all settings .your system may be normal.
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