Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
same problem here...
here is a translated version of a webpage discussing the repair for this error...
solder a 50 ohm resistor on pins 5 & 6 of Novatek NT68F63LG chip...
good if you can DIY, best if a qualified technician do it for you..
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
You ought to be able to bring up the video card settings from your control panel and change it there. For instance I have a nVidia graphics card. When I bring up the settings panel it offers me the opportunity to change the rotation there.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
The cable connecting to the PC might be loose, or the part entering the monitor could be.
Try turning the monitor on, and after a few seconds, turn on the computer. You should be able to see the BIOS POST screen text flashing by. If you can't, there is something wrong in your hardware settings.
If you can, however, that's the OS resolution set too high: the monitor shuts down to protect itself. Boot in safe mode by pressing the F8 key immediately after powering up, then lower the video resolution in Control Panel display settings to something safe - 1024 x 768 usually does the trick. At that point you can reboot in normal mode and raise the resolution again to the maximum supported by the monitor (check the manual for that).
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
SOURCE: Samsung SyncMaster 713BM
Follow the instruction below to solve your problem:
Restart your computer and enter Safe Mode (press F8 right as the computer starts booting up. Choose Safe Mode in the menu, press Enter twice).
While in Safe Mode, open Control Panel and go to Add/Remove Programs (Programs and Features on Vista/7) and uninstall the display driver software/drivers.
Restart your computer and boot normally. Now you should be able to see everything. Things might look bigger and uglier, that because there's no display driver installed. All you have to do now is reinstall the display driver. Use it's original disc or go to the manufacturer website and download the latest driver.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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