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

Now I can't see the monitor! Ive tried to start in safe mode but can't get the computer to start using F11 windows or in Dell. Is there any other way I can get back to my previous display default

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  • keith_lmn8 Jan 30, 2009

    I tried an old CRT monitor and that goes to Sleep to. I think I set the display to higher level but the graphics card can not handle the new setting

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Woops, didn't read well enough.. Reinstall  the video card software to get back to the correct resolution?.

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Have you tried another monitor to see if it ias the computer system(video card) or the monitor itself?

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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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