This looks like a monitor problem, as the refreshing rate is set to high. Please try boot your PC in safe mode and then change the refreshing rate for lower that the monitor currently has. To get to those setting you wll need right klick your mouse on emtpy space on the desktop -> choose the last tab-> press btutton "advanced". To start PC in safe mode power on / restart computer
As soon as the BIOS has finished loading, begin tapping the F8 key
on your keyboard. Continue to do so until the Windows Advanced Options
menu appears. If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers
display a "keyboard error" message. To resolve this, restart the
computer and try again.
Using the arrow keys on the keyboard, scroll to and select the Safe mode menu item, and then press Enter.
This not necceserly need to be F8 key, depend on Operatin System verion and the PC itself it also can be DEL or CTRL key.
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the screen is not seeing any info from the pc. Make sure the pc is putting out video from the port you are trying to use. If it IS, then the tv cannot adjust to the frequency range of the pc and is not producing an image.
Restart the computer. As soon as the bios start screen displays, start hitting F8, about once a second. You will eventually get the windows start menu. Use "Last known good..." or VGA mode. Last known good should do it. If not, VGA mode will allow you to get into windows and change your resolution settings, then reboot and get back to work.
It is because your Windows monitor settings are OUT OF RANGE if you can boot into Windows normaly just rite click on the desktop, chose properties, than settings tab (if it's XP), go to advance, than monitor, look for frequency refresh rate, change to 60Hz, than save, than reboot
if you can't boot into Windows, try booting in SAFE MODE by pressing (F8) key at statup than do the above starting at -- rite click on the desktop, chose properties... Cheers!
When you are booting the PC as soon as you see your Computer Make's logo disapear, start hitting the F8 key, this should bring you to the boot selection screen, select Safe Mode, change your resolution in there. Reboot.
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preset frequencies used for non-trunked police/fire, aircraft, marine,
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