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If you see the initial boot screen until windows boots then you may have a setting for the refresh tate too high in Windows. Try starting in VGA safe Mode by hitting F8 during boot. Once there you go to control panel, Display, settings tab,Advanced and choose monitor. you'll see a refresh rate, try setting it to 60 or 70 and see if it works on reboot.

Be sure to use the VGA option...its ugly during the session but will let you reset the rate.
Good Luck!

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step1.open properties on desktop using right mouse click.
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> May be frequency rate doesn't supported by your old Monitor.
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