Dear Sir, my monitor Compaq 7500e is working fine with 800 X 600 resolution. But when I change to 1024 X 768, the horizontal width decreases. even after expanding thru OSD menu to 100%, the display is less for about 2 inches on left and 2 inches on right side. Vertical size is OK in all respects but horizontally it is squeezed inwards. I changed EHT, H-DRV transistor, H-output Transistor but problem persists.
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The resolution your computer is sending is greater than the maximum support resolution of your monitor that isn't working or is a resolution not supported. Connect one of the monitors that works and turn down the resolution to something small (800x600 or 1024,768) and then switch to the original monitor back, you should see a picture and can adjust the resolution to something larger that the monitor supports.
Many times it may happen that the resolution of the monitor is set to higher than its limit causes the monitor to be in off state and thus make the system inoperable to overcome such problem you can perform some usefull tips as follows<br />
Start the system, after a few minutes just click the Right mouse button and on the keyboard press Down Arrow key for "Seven times" then press Right Arrow key one time then press Down arrow key again once. Then press Enter. The resolution should set to be 800,600 thus Starts the Monitor again to normal
1600X900 is a higher resolution than that of 1280X1024. Therefore 1600X900 is a better resolution. If you would like to run at the lower resolution simply right click your desktop screen and click properties. Then on the settings tab use the slider bar to adjust the resolution. Lower to the left and higher to the right. If the desired resolution is unavailable then you could try downloading and installing the latest drivers for your graphics card installed in your computer.
Your card will either be AMD/ATI Radeon or Nvidia. You will need the model number of the graphics card, the latest drivers may increase resolution support for your card.
Also look on the bottom right hand side of your screen for an Nvidia Control Panel logo in green. Right click it and select the option to "change screen resolution" This may provide you with additional resolution options.
Open Display in Control Panel.
On the Settings tab, under Screen resolution, drag the slider, and then click Apply.
When prompted to apply the settings, click OK. Your screen will turn black for a moment.
Once your screen resolution changes, you have 15 seconds to confirm the change. Click Yes to confirm the change; click No or do nothing to revert to your previous setting.
If you cannot set it any higher than 1024x768 and you have already installed the video drivers, that is as high as it can go for your hardware.
That is because your screen resolution in very high..means out of frequency of the monitor. Restart your pc and press F8 to get safe mode options.once you get safe mode window select Enable VGA mode using up or down arrow keys and press enter. Now you will get your desktop.
Now right click on an empty space in desktop and go to properties and go to settings tab. In screen resolution tab change the resolution to 1024 by 768. Then press Apply and OK. Now you can restart and see your computer works fine.
Hello, Your screen resolution might be set to a lower setting.To make the content on your screen smaller,you need to set a higher screen resolution.Please follow the instructions on the following link to do that.
This monitor's standard resolution is 1280x1024. I would update your graphics driver. Just go into System Properties, and open up the Device Manager. (Press WinKey+Pause/Break key to open System Properties, and Device Manager is in the Hardware tab.) Locate the graphics driver in the Device list, right click and update the driver.
If you are getting a splash screen (COMPAQ) then video goes black, you can try this. Boot system in Enable VGA mode from the F8 menu and see if you get to the desktop. If you do, you can then go to display properties and adjust the resolution to the Optimal for the monitor.
If you do not get a splash screen, check you cable connections and ensure the Video cable is properly seated and no bent pins. If issue is occurring after the system was moved, also ensure that the correct video adapter connection is being used on the tower, as there may be 2
Hi there. If you're able to get 1600x1200 on the monitor, that should suffice--anything equaling or larger than the game's required res is ok...the picture will have a little bit of border on the edges because of the higher resolution but shouldn't be a hinderance at all. Remember this...the higher the resolution, the harder the graphics card has to work to maintain proper movement of the images in the game. Use the exact res if possible. However a close, higher res is fine, too.---Rick