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Display distortion at normal resolution

Stored clock rate at 45 hertz vice 60 hertz

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Erratic display at normal resolution


1024 x 768 is top resolution supported by your model.

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The monitor displays a "out of range error" after


You mean the refresh rate is 60 Hertzs not 60 million Hertz (too high rate can damage the monitor).
You are getting the message because the PC video resolution is too high for the monitor to display, you need to set it to the native resolution of the monitor.
Read more here:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4873371-fixing_out_range_format_not_supported

Basic LCD monitor and TV troubleshooting guide:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r6150077-basic_lcd_monitors_troubleshooting
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5093881-lcd_flat_panel_tv_troubleshooting_guide
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My screen says auto configure when on Please Help pschubert61@hotmail.com


It's perfectly "normal" -- your LCD monitor is adjusting itself, automatically, to the output from your computer's video-card
(e.g., 800 by 600 by 60 Hertz).

Restart your computer in "Safe Mode", and reset the display-resolution to 800 by 600 by 60 Hertz. Then, restart,
and then everything will be OK. When it is, try to increase the resolution, incrementally.

Aug 30, 2010 | Acer 22" X223w LCD Monitor

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Have a green rectangle about 2 inches by 5 inches in center of screen with yellow letters that say, input signal mout of range. It is A hanns g hg281d monitor


Restart your computer,
and keep hitting the F8 key until a "start-up" menu
(white text over a black background) is displayed.
Choose "Safe Mode" and let Windows start.
Reset the screen-resolution to 800-by-600, and 60 Hertz refresh-rate.
Restart your computer, normally,
and then "tweak" the screen-resolution and refresh-rates that are "optimal" for your monitor.

Aug 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Synchmaster 913 The unit displays 'Not Optimum Mode 1280 x 1024 60hz' after being run to approx 1 hour


Hello. That message appears when the video signal from the computer exceeds the monitor's ability to display it. If the sync is set too high(i.e. max sync on the monitor is 60 Hertz at that resolution), you will get that message. Check the video settings in control panel--("appearance and themes" in XP), go to the "advanced" tab and look at the refresh rate. Most computer video cards are able to far exceed a monitor's display ability. Don't exceed 60 Hertz--check the users guide for specs--the lower resolutions can have higher refresh rates(useful in games) Sometimes, a little lower video quality can yield a big performance difference in the display because the screen can update itself faster. (I use a radio control flight simulator pgm that is heavy on video ability).---Hope I was of assistance!---Rick

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Toshiba Windows Vista resolution problem


Depending on the version of A100 you have, 1280X800 may be the max resolution for your graphics card. Read the user manual for your specific model to see what the max resolution is, but usually, the video driver will lock out resolutions that your screen cannot handle.
If, for some odd reason, your screen can handle a higher resolution, try updating the video drivers.

Now to answer your other questions;
  • There is no 64 bit color mode; and if there was it would be redundant, as humans can't see that many colors.
  • 60Hz is fine and is probably the best your monitor can do.

Aug 07, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Refresh rate problem


It depends on your monitor. Some monitors don't support higher frequencies at higher resolutions. I wouldn't try to force it very much, as your monitor has built-in protection designed to stop it from operating at a higher frequency than it's capable. If you did find a way to work around that, you're likely to blow the monitor.

May 06, 2009 | Acer 22" X223w LCD Monitor

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"Input Not Supported" message on monitor at boot


Sounds to me like the input has gone out of the boundaries the monitor supports. IE the refresh rate is too high frequency (normally 60 to 72 Hertz for LCD's) or the screen resolution has been set too high.

Go into safe mode and set it back to 1024 X 768 at a frequency of 60 Hz, once back into windows proper you can try higher resolutions and change your refresh, if the screen goes black or displays a message "Out of Bounds" or similar it should revert after 15 seconds if left alone.

Have fun

Apr 27, 2009 | Envision EN-9250 19" Flat Panel LCD...

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Samsung sync master 510 monitor display problem


It may be that the LCD monitor will not display all screen resolutions so you may need to change your resolution to match the desired resolution and refresh rate of the LCD. In your case the computer should be outputting:

1024x768 pixels
60 Hz

You can change these settings by right clicking on the desktop and clicking properties and they're under the settings tab. Change the screen resolution by moving the slider to the recommended setting (1024x768)

and

under the advanced button click the "monitor" tab - make sure the screen refresh rate is set to 60 hertz (60 hz)

May 21, 2008 | Samsung SyncMaster 510N 15" LCD Monitor

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Resolution notice keeps popping up every thirty seconds or so. very annoying. this happens only when using cd rom game diablo. wants me to change to 1280x1024, which my computer is set at now. otherwise...


When you load the splash screen of Diablo enter into settings. Make sure you have the game set to the screen resolution you want.
For the system. Open display properties. Click Settings, click Advanced, click Monitor. (Most games require 60 hertz) to run correctly. Change your monitor to 60 hertz. Than click the Adapter tab. Click list all modes. Move the slide bar to your normal screen res with 60 hertz. Click ok at every screen as you back out od display properties. That should stop your game from popping up.

Feb 26, 2008 | Niko 1920R Monitor

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