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Sometimes the BIOS doesn't display properly on the widescreen monitors if your video card was built before widescreen monitors were acceptable. I have an old ATI Radeon video card from 2006 and it cuts off the BIOS setup screen when setup. If a 640 X 480 monitor was plugged it, the problem would go away. The graphic drivers aren't going to initialize in your computer until the computer is booted which compensate for the current resolution settings.
Another solution is to see if you have a BIOS upgrade available for your computer that will create a resolution and refresh rate that will work for your monitor.
Posted on Oct 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Default monitor settings would suggest that you have not yet installed the drivers for your graphics card.
Right click on my computer, select properties then the hardware tab.
Check all drivers have been reinstalled.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for you response. Already did this step; driver not loaded and doesn't exist on the CD monitor came with. Now trying to contact V7 for driver"
It sounds like the HDD is set to hibernate.
Go into Control panel / Performance and maintenance / Power options and select all to "never"
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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