Question about Yamaha iiyama 17NE1-S e-yama 17" LCD Monitor
Moved monitor to another pc but screen displays message "out of range"
I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM AS ABOVE BUT ONLY HAVE XP
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
The fix was pretty easy in the end.
Instructions are based upon Windows XP Pro OS.
Re-boot computer but inerrupt start-up by pressing F8 (option will vary between computers)
Select SAFE mode but with VGA option in order that the screen will actually display.
Once fully loaded click:
Appearance and Themes
Using the mouse cursor adjust Screen Resolution sliding scale until the ratio matches your monitor e.g. 1280 x 1084
Then click Apply and OK (important to do it in this order otherwise changes will not be saved)
Reboot as normal and the monitor should now display correctly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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