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I INSTALL THE AOPEN MONITOR TO CPU AND APPEAR ON SCREEN OUT OF RANGE! WHAT I HAVE TO DO?

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Eithertry adjusting the settings in "CONTROL PANEL" or go to device manager and update the driver for that specific monitor

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I have been given a DELL8400 computer with a Acer AL506 monitor, when I turn it on a out of range message comes up, how do I fix this..


The Acer monitor was not likely used with that computer, they were just mated together.

Assuming the video card is the original Dell, Download the Dell video driver from Dell for that CPU that you have, and install it, use a different monitor if you have to load it. Try attaching the Acer monitor when that system is shut down, and boot up. It should see it as a plug and play monitor and then auto select the monitor settings. The old monitor setting is what was stored in the computer inf file.

With the driver installed it will match a driver to that monitor.

http://www.dell.com

If the card is not original Dell, then you need that video card's driver installation file. You may need to resort to doing a search for the first part of the data on the DB15 header if there is no clear manufacturer tag with number on the card itself. Such will be the case with some Nvidia cards made for other vendors like AOpen.

Then you can right click "Properties" and select the screen resolution you want.

it is more critical to have the video card driver than the monitor, however the Acer driver may have some features that are not accessed by the Dell driver.

Jan 27, 2012 | Acer AL506 (Ivory) 15 in. Flat Panel LCD...

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Monitor won't display. Everything is plugged in and power is on


Might not getting any signal from the source ,you will have to try your cpu else where with same vga cable to figure out whether its your monitor or your cpu tower.

Sep 02, 2011 | AOpen F2705 17" LCD Monitor

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"Out of Range"


OK, when you boot up next time press F8, and choose BOOT IN VGA MODE, this will then allow you to ar view the monitor, now, go into settings and make sure your video card resolution settings are set to say, 1280x1280, or maybe even less to start, say 1024x768, all 32bit. Now, when you restart next, the monitor should be OK. But, if it doesn't you will have to do it again, set lower, and then get a new Video Driver, and install, and try again, at the higher settings. If you cannot even boot up in VGA Mode, then i suspect the Monitor is faulty.

Apr 14, 2010 | AOpen F2705-8S (Black) LCD Monitor

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Screen says out of range


I would say that the computer is trying to use a display resolution that the monitor is incapable of displaying. You may have to lower the resolution from the PC before you get a picture. Make sure you install the correct drivers for the monitor onto the new computer and use a different monitor to adjust the display resolution to a level that the monitor is capable of displaying.

Dec 15, 2009 | AOpen F2705 17" LCD Monitor

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"monitor has a green tint AOpen f2915"


moz-screenshot.png The solution: a hidden menuwithin the main menu itself. Hold the Menu button down while pressing Power topower on, and release power button only when the screen comes up, still holdingthe menu button. The menu will appear and there will now be a hidden selection,"Auto Color", printed in a red-on-black font at the bottom of themenu. Use the +/- buttons to access it, and press Menu. My green/yellow tintwent away! Now my picture works great, and the setting lasts throughAuto-Adjusts and Resets!

May 09, 2009 | AOpen F2913-8S Monitor

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Monitor says out of range


1. Turn off the computer.
2. Turn on the computer.
3. As soon as it starts up press and tap the F8 key.
3a. If a "boot menu" appears, select hard drive, press enter, and immediately press the F8 key again.
4. The safe mode menu should appear. If it does not, start over.
5. Select "Enable VGA mode".
6. The computer will now boot to native 640 x 480 resolution. You may now use the display properties to set it back to normal, within your monitor's range of course :c)

Thanks and please take a moment to rate this solution with a thumbs up, solved problem rating...after all I did just prevent your death :c) THANKS

Mar 30, 2009 | AOpen Black 17inch LCD, 1028x1024, 16ms,...

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


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

Feb 26, 2009 | AOpen F2705 17" LCD Monitor

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Green Power light blinking


Check the resolution in the Windows while connected to the old monitor. If greater than 1280 X 1024 and/or the refresh rate exceeds 75 Hz, the monitor may not respond. But you should at least see the BIOS splash when the computer is turned on. If that does not appear, maybe a problem has occurred in the monitor. Another indicator: if you turn the monitor power button off and then back on, you should get some sign of life such as "no signal", or "out of range". If nothing appears, that would indicate some problem within the monitor.

If you find my suggestions to be helpful, please share with us some details so that others may benefit from knowing the whole story. Thank you!

Jan 04, 2009 | AOpen F70PS 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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Aopen monitor and a new Lenovo computer


resize the screen resolution to the lowest and change the monitor refresh to60 hz . then play with the refresh and then the screen resolution.

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Cpu size


Hi handydak

For your Mobo
VKM400 AM-S Try this link it will tell you what max size CPU & Memory you can install to improve performance.http://download.aopen.com.tw/Default.aspx

Regards,

ajb2000

Dec 28, 2007 | AOpen vKM400Am-S Motherboard

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