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Restart computer and monitor says not optimal display

I can't reset the display preferences because the monitor isn't working, can't see to fix the problem cause the screen isn't in optimal display mode.

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  • mjolnirco Feb 10, 2009

    my monitor is the 940n, is that matters

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If you are indicating you have like 5 or 10 frames stacked across the screen causing the can't see problem, here's the "what-to-do". Reboot the computer and use "F-8" to get it started in safe mode. Make the necessary corrections the the display settings. Save and reboot. That should restore so that you can see to optimize the settings once back in normal mode.
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  2. Select “Enable VGA Mode” and press Enter.

  3. If asked to choose your operating system just press Enter.

  4. Once the computer has finished booting up go to Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Display -> Settings -> Advanced -> Monitor.

  5. Change your Refresh Rate/Refresh Frequency to a lower setting.

  6. Click Apply to confirm the change.

  7. Close all open windows and restart your computer.
* Click here for help determining the optimal refresh rate for your monitor

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