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71on Monitor - Blanks out with resolution error

Screen will almost come up when loading then just blanks out with message that Resolution is wrong and offers recommended figures of 1280 x 1024. This is in a box which bounces around the screen. Option on Monitor for Menu and Reset don't work and as you can't access PC you can't check settings via Control Panel.

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  • robert walton Apr 23, 2007

    Good advise but didn't appear to work - Now it'll not boot in Safe without losing the screen with message "Not Optimum mode recommend..."

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Nearly there - Just need the screen to stay up long enough to accept the commands. The time period before it fails seems to shorten and will not get past the Windows startup before locking out.

Posted on May 15, 2007

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This is what we can do here - 1. Restart the computer in safe mode. 2. Reinstall the drivers for the graphics card. 3. Restart the computer in normal mode good luck

Posted on Apr 23, 2007

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    Sandeep Bakshi Apr 24, 2007

    If I understand something about this error message, it comes up after a minute when the PC is completely booted up. And it is within this minute that we need to make those changes. Please try the following steps again:

    1. Start the PC in normal mode
    2. Right-click on an open space of your desktop and select properties.
    3. Select the settings tab towards the top of the screen.
    4. Click the Advanced button on the bottom right and then select the Adapter tab at the top of this new window.
    5. At the bottom of the window there will be a "List All Modes" button. Click this and select 1280 by 1024, True Color (32 bit), 60 Hertz.

    This should work.

    Good Luck!

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