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Screen says mode not supported h:53.4khz v;84.ghz

When I Connect my HP to my monitor I get this message; mode not supported H:53.4khz V:84.ghz What should I do.

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You should reboot your computer. Immediately after you see the BIOS splash screen (Dell, Acer, HP, etc...) start pressing the F8 key 2 times every second. If you're quick enough, you'll get the Windows boot menu. When you see the menu, select "VGA Mode". This will boot Windows with minimal video settings which are compatible with all modern monitors.

Once Windows loads, right click on the desktop, select Properties, go to the Settings tab, and begin sliding the resolution bar up from 800x600 and clicking Apply. After each change, it'll ask you if you want to keep the settings. If you can still see the screen, click Yes. If you get to a setting where your monitor goes black and says "mode not supported", then wait 15 seconds and it'll revert to the last mode that worked. Leave it there.

Here are some typical resolutions for monitors:

17" = 1280x1024
19" = 1280x1024
19" widescreen = 1440x900
21" = 1600x1200
24" = 1920x1200

Hope this helps!

Posted on May 16, 2009

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