When i try to boot up my computer all goes well until the first loading screen. after that any color on the screen has green bars branching from it that cover the screen. when i get to windows i usually only have about 30 seconds before the screen goes black and says "input signal out of range"
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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
Possible reason is that input signal goes out of range that probably a Screen refresh rate that the monitor cannot handle. Instead of bursting into flames, the monitor shuts itself down as a protection feature. Look at the monitor manual if you got one.
Safe Mode should allow the monitor to work in the problem account.
Boot in Safe Mode (see below) Switch users to the problem account Right click the desktop Select Properties Click the Settings tab Click the Advanced button Click the Monitor tab Select: Hide modes that this monitor cannot display Select a different Screen refresh rate Click Apply twice and then Click OK
Or try this:- power on the system and press and hold F5. When a screen appers with some option, try to find a option something realted with VGA setting. Click that option and let pc start normally. It will surely work
ok, if your computer is able to boot until you able to use it yet the screen is showing none yet working too, i suggest you change your data cable from the computer to the monitor. i once had a problem like that. it must have been damaged by high input of charge and burnt off though it did not show.
you need to adjust the screen voltage. behind the front grille and inside cover. a small black box 6 adjusters protruding from it. only adjust the the color counterclockwise that matches the problem in this case it's the green so look for the knob with "G" marked by it. there are 2 with "g" marked by them the row across the top of the box are for focus don't adjust. back the knob off untill the raster is blank with your input set to an inactive input, the picture should be blank and black.
when it is you have the adjuster close to where it should be, now change the input to an active signal and turn the color off so that you wil have black and white picture. adjust that knob untill you do have a truely black and white picture not too green or red or blue. go back to inactive video input and check that there are no lines of any color on the screen. repeat if needed. always adjust these knobs slowly the set will be watching you ! if your autofocus won't work now you have the adjustment set too low. check this function before putting back together again. these adjustments can be real touchy so be patient
press F8 upon booting up
instead of choosing safe mode click ENABLE VGA
right click desktop, click properties,
click settings, set resolution to 1024 x 768
from there you will not see anymore the
Input Signal Out Of Range
I have been having the same problem with my hpvs17 monitor when i start to use my web browser on linux distros. Now, for the next few days i am going to try my system on a regular crt monitor. if the monitor does not crash, than i will have to say that the hpvs17 monitor has a defect.It seems that when i go online, while i am in the middle of searching something, the monitor just shuts off and i get "input signal out of range".
Some monitors have low resolution, that if it doesn't support that resolution then you'll expect an "input signal out of range" message on screen. try to boot on "safe mode" if it works then you have to lower your screen resolution at "display properties" if not then the monitor has a defective data cable. ;)