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E-yama monitor "out of range"

Moved monitor to another pc but screen displays message "out of range"
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I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM AS ABOVE BUT ONLY HAVE XP

Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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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:

Start
Control Panel
Appearance and Themes
Display
Settings

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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