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I changed my resolution screen settings wrong now its white screen

Changed screen resolution settings wrong now its white screen after logo loads can't see nothing to undo changes not even in bios or safe mode

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This is really weird, usually bios does not take the Operating System settings into account unless you force changed the settings of the monitor.


Anyway you need to access monitor controls and set it back to factory default. Does not hut to pull the cables and reseat it again as well.


Update how did it go along with the details of graphics card, cable connectivity and monitor model. Good luck

Posted on Jan 07, 2013

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Sounds like your going to have to reset or update your bios in the setup screen.

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are you saying you are stuck on the screen that says dell on it as soon as it turns on, and that f2 to enter bios does not work? if so, the issue can be related to a bad hard drive or bad motherboard. i have come across this issue alot, normally on desktops, and those are the 2 fixes that are usually the problem.

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My resolution is at 800x600 and my color at 4 after I load the drivers and reboot.....any answers?


you need to set it higher, right click on an empty space on your desktop, go to properties and go to the settings tab, on the screen resolution set it to be at least 1024x768 and color quality to be 32bit.

in vista it may be a bit different but you should still be able to access to the display control area by right clicking on an empty space on your desktop, going to personalize and then adjust screen resolution.

if your new driver is the problem there are 2 things you can attempt
1. do a system restore to a previous time before updating the driver.
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2. start your computer, before the xp logo comes up press f8 severaltimes. a menu will come up, select safe mode, loggin and go into computer>properties>hardware>device manager and right click on the display device go into properties, click the driver tab and do rollback driver to reload the previous driver you had installed.

it could be also that the drivers you loaded if loaded from the disk that came with your card are currently outdated, go in the webpage of the manufacturer and look for new drivers.. for installation I strongly suggest that you do that in safemode.

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The graphic software failed. no display


When you turn the computer on, do you see the HP logo?

If you don't, keep the computer on and try holding the computer screen under an overhead light at an angle. If you see a faint image of anything on your monitor, then the lights in your screen went bad. A new screen can range $100-$200 on eBay, and can be changed out easily with a small Phillips screw driver.

If you can see the HP logo, it's a driver problem. If this is the case, start the computer in Safe Mode by performing the following steps.

1. Make sure the computer is turned off.
2. Wait for the HP logo disappears and start pressing "F8" repeatedly.
3. A menu will appear. Select "Safe Mode" and let it boot up to the desktop.
4. Once at the desktop, hold down the "Windows Logo" key on the keyboard and press "r". A dialog will pop up.
5. Type "devmgmt.msc" without the quotation marks and click ok.
6. Click the "+" next to "Display adapters".
7. Right-click each entry under "Display adapters" and select "Uninstall" Click OK on the box to confirm. Don't worry, Windows will reinstall it after a reboot.
8. Once all entries are removed from "Display adapters", the category will disappear from Device Manager. Reboot the computer and start it normally.
9. Your screen will probably still be big and blurry. Log into Windows and adjust your resolution to fit your screen. If you select the wrong resolution, and your screen goes black or does not fit, DO NOT PRESS ANYTHING or you will be going back to step 1. The computer will revert back to the old setting after 15 seconds.
10. Once you figure out the right resolution setting, reboot one more time to make sure that the settings took effect, and you can use your computer once again. :)

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Monitor comes on for seconds and then goes black


This may be because the resolution that is set in your user profile when you log on has been changed to a resolution not supported by the monitor. The best way to fix this is by going into Safe Mode (press F8 as the computer starts to load Windows) and change it to a lower resolution once you get logged in. 1024X768 is a pretty safe resolution to start with. Then restart and see if that fixes the issue.

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Before my personal settings stopped loading was becuase i accidentlly changed the resolution and wen I turned back on after the windows logo i see a black screen when my personal settings are loading


Start you're computer in safe mode then change the resolutions back to the desired before this happend.this should work and shore up this issue.


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I have a Dell GX60 and I changed the display resolution and


So, with The computer, completely turned off, Turn it on, Can't you see the BIOS screen? , or a Dell LOGO?

It is when you see this BIOS or Dell logo Screen that you Need to:
  • PRESS F8
  • Press F8
  • Press F8, again, and again right when your computer turns on.
Then You should be brought to the Window that allows you to boot into SAFE MODE, DO NoT PICK SAFE MODE.

Pick: ------------ENABLE VGA (basically safe mode) Only!.

Once booted, log in and change the resolution to let's say 800x600,
then restart your computer normally.

You should then be able run windows normally, (Without F8 Key) where you can then change the resolution to what you want.

IMPORTANT! Remember this, if you set your display to a resolution that it Does Not

support, and the screen goes blank. DO Not Turn off your computer: ALL YOU DO IS PRESS

the (Esc) ESCAPE Key within 15 Seconds and your monitor's resolution will be set to it's

previous state again.

I Hope This Helps.

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Video problem on my Dell Dimension 4600 PC, HELP ASAP.


the resolution set by default when you load your graphics driver is outside the range of your monitors capability.

try starting in safe mode then adjust your resolution to 640 by 480 then restart.
if this works, adjust upwards to 1024 by 768
then up again till the screen blanks.
when it does, dont panic, wait 20 seconds and the settings will restore - you then have the optimum settings for your monitor.

good luck

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Changing from old moniter to flat sceen. the new one will get to windows logo, load up, then says no signal. wats wrong please?


Your screen resolution might be the problem. Put the old monitor back on, change the resolution to 800x600 for example, and restart. Then plug in your new flat screen. You then should be able to increase the resolution via the Display control panel and see how far it will let you go.

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