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My LCD show me "Out of range" when it is loading the windows. I need the driver. Thanks.

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    Once Windows is done loading, does the message go away and the screen come up normally?

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Hello. In most Windows PCs today, there is not a big need for LCD Drivers, since most LCDs have a native resolution which the Operating System can support natively.

The Out of Range issue appears when your resolution is set too high for the LCD Screen to properly handle. As the result, you need to lower the screen resolution within the operating system. However since you cannot see the screen, there is no easy way to do that. VNC would allow you to so, but it is not easy to install remotely, unless on a local network domain environment.

The easier way is to use another LCD Screen which will support the currently set resolution so that you can adjust the resolution to the screen you are trying to use.

Old CRT monitors are great, because they are not prone to Out of range issues. If you have one lying around I would recommend utilizing it to change the Operating System resolution, to the native resolution that your LCD Screen is for.

Try google searching your LCD Specifications to find the native resolution and set your OS to use that. Any higher will create Out of Range issues, and any lower and your screen wont look as crisp and clear as it could with the native resolution.

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You will nee to find out the frequency range of your flatscreen whick should be in the book that came with it. Also, try pressing f8 and see if u can see the menu that comes up, if u can see it then select safemode and see if it will boot like that. If so, install the correct driver for the flatscreen.
your drivers are at this link.

http://download.aopen.com.tw/userdownload_List.aspx?RecNo=10160&Model=1425

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