Question about Dell Dimension 8200 PC Desktop
Just the message out of range on monitor.
"Out Of Range" is more than just resolution. It means your video adapter is set to a resolution/refresh rate setting that is outside the range of supported signals.
Go into your Video Adapter's settings, look at resolution then the refresh rate (Hertz), and compare to those supported by the monitor.
When I had a similar problem, I noticed that somehow, the refresh rate was set at 59HZ which is unsupported. After changing to 60HZ (which is supported) the problem went away.
Posted on Nov 01, 2014
Your monitor settings within windows are set too high for the monitor to display... When computer first boots.. be ready and press the F8 key...
Enter safe mode.. Reset the display properties in control panel to 800 by 600 for a start. Setting the resolution too high past the monitors ability will give you that message.. Most monitors are able to display 1024 by 768 just fine.. Out of range.. means the display settings within windows are out of the monitors range of ability to display the screen resolution you have set... Good luck!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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