Screeen went blank after changing resolution and hz appeared
I was trying to change resolution of monitor , while the screen went blank and the letters [ Hz ?] appeared on screen. I have pressed ctl+alt+ del, restarted computer several times but nothing happened . I have also pressed F8 several times , nothing happened. Plz help.
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I believe the max resolution this LCD can support is 1440 x 900 / 75 Hz. If you set your display resolution higher then that, you will receive the input signal out of range error. Your LDC turns off to protect it self from the invalid settings. If you can not change it back once your PC boots to windows, you may have to do it in save mode by pressing F8 once you power on your PC and before the windows loading screen starts. Regards,Chris
sounds like you have to set the monitor resolution using your computer. right click desktop...
graphics options. or Properties. look for Resolution slider. Move it around. press apply. see what happens. if it now fits but is fuzzy. change the refresh rate eg. 60 Hz or 75 Hz.
On the monitor itself there is typically a button that allows you to move the image to fit the screen, quite often these settings are inadvertently played with by children ect. look for buttons/ menu's on your monitor itself. play with the settings .
you have to put the proper secreen resolution. you do these
1. you checked it with another pc when it shows the screen then change the display properties screen resolution as minimum lke 600X800.
2. you also change the screen refresh rate to 60 Hz to solve this problem.
It normally means that you have connected the monitor to a computer whose resolution and frequency are beyond the range that this monitor are capable of.
To fix this, you can do one of two things: reconnect the old monitor and reduce the resolution to 800 by 600, which every monitor can handle and then reconnect the new monitor and change the resolution settings again. by default, Windows will restrict you to only settings that the monitor can handle. The second option would be to start your computer in safe mode (F8, just before you get the windows screen during boot). and change you monitor settings that way, rebooting afterwards.
It may be that the LCD monitor will not display all screen resolutions so you may need to change your resolution to match the desired resolution and refresh rate of the LCD. In your case the computer should be outputting:
1280x1024 pixels 60 Hz
You can change these settings by right clicking on the desktop and clicking properties and they're under the settings tab.
change windows resolution and refresh rate to 1024 X768 and 60 Hz. start->control panel->display->settings-> change the screen resolution to 1024 by 768 pixels-> advanced-> monitor->change refresh rate to 60 Hz-> ok-> yes -> ok.