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My screen has "out of range" written across the screen.

I moved my screen, and plugged it back in. Now it has out of range written across the middle.

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  • jkhines Mar 30, 2009

    OUT OF RANGE in center of screen.

    I set pixel size at 1024 by 768 and screen looks OK.
    The OUT OF RANGE thingie is still there.
    "The mouse pointer go's right under it",
    Like it's something taped on outside of screen.

    I've turned the computer & monitor off.
    When you start it back up the OUT OF RANGE is still in the
    center of the monitor.

    HOW do you get the "OUT OF RANGE off of the moniter ? ? ?


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Find a blank space on your desktop left, it will bring up a box saying display properties. Go to the properties section and right click on it. Go to the setting section and set the picture resolution to the setting recommended for your monitor in your owners manual. Go down the screen and find the advanced button and right click on it and go to the monitor selection and right click on it. Go to the screen refresh rate and set the recommended refresh rate listed in your owners manual.Click ok and on the settings screen click apply. Then click ok to close the function. This should set the settings for proper use with your computer. If you are using a graphics card you should adjust the same setting levels on it to match up with the monitor. If you have tried all these settings and still cannot get the adjustment to work with your set-up, you can call Envision customer support at this telephone number : 1-888-838-6388. They should be able to help you with your problem. I hope this information helps you with your problem.

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  • stoneheaded May 22, 2009

    In the beginning it should say Find a blank space on your desktop and left click on it to bring up the Display properties box.

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If you have another monitor available .. try using it to reset you refresh rate for the graphics card.. this is usually because certain monitors only accept certain frequencies

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