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Sir here temperature is low ranging from -5 to 30 c .when i switched on my pc the monitor goes on for few seconds and automatically gets off. sometimes it shows out of range .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: showing message out of range
Your monitor settings within windows are set too high for the monitor to display... When computer first boots.. be ready and press the F8 key...
Enter safe mode.. Reset the display properties in control panel to 800 by 600 for a start. Setting the resolution too high past the monitors ability will give you that message.. Most monitors are able to display 1024 by 768 just fine.. Out of range.. means the display settings within windows are out of the monitors range of ability to display the screen resolution you have set... Good luck!!
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
This is normaly cause by incorrect power management settings.
check power management setting in both windows and your computers bios
you will not need to worry about the power management settings of the bios when an operating system such as windows is loaded.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
SOURCE: Relisys Monitor model TL528A -
It normally means that you have connected the monitor to a computer whose resolution and frequency are beyond the range that this monitor are capable of.
To fix this, you can do one of two things: reconnect the old monitor and reduce the resolution to 800 by 600, which every monitor can handle and then reconnect the new monitor and change the resolution settings again. by default, Windows will restrict you to only settings that the monitor can handle. The second option would be to start your computer in safe mode (F8, just before you get the windows screen during boot). and change you monitor settings that way, rebooting afterwards.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
Click on Programs --> Setting --> Control Panel
Choose the "Power Options"
in the "power schemes" Choose the Turnoff Montior, turnoff HDD, system standby
and system hibernate as "Never" in each combo box and clikc on apply.
repeat the above process for every power scheme options
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Posted on Mar 25, 2008
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