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Posted by Anonymous on
Control Panel/Appearance and Personalization/Display/Adjust resolution. Try higher resolutions on the list.
If that doesn't do it I would go to Device Manager, and update driver for display adapter. May need to go to the manufacturers website
and Support Tab for drivers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Oldie, The first thing to do is set the monitor resolution, color depth and monitor refresh rate to what you want then adjust the monitor accordingly. Adjust resolution, color depth and refresh rate for Windows 2000/XP: -Right click any clear spot on your desktop and select properties from the menu that appears. -From the Display Properties box that appears click on the Settings tab. -In the screen resolution section (lower left corner) experiment with the resolutions and see what you like. -The color quality box should be set to the highest (most colors) color setting listed. -Click on the advanced button in the lower right corner. -In the next window click on the monitor tab. -Typically you would want to set it at 70 Hertz or better. The higher the setting the less flicker you will notice, however, there is always a trade off. I would start with 70 Hertz and gradually move up; at some point your monitor will reach a setting it can?t support. If the screen blanks out Windows will reset back to the previous settings as long as you don?t hit any keys. -click the OK button twice. More to follow?.
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
Ok so I have actually had this happen to me before. My best guess would be that it is a problem with the video card. There may be some video drivers that you need to download. The other explenation might be that the video card over heated.
When it happened to me the whole screen went blank all together after the login screen so at that point it wouldn't load Windows. If you're still covered under the warranty then you're good and set and you could get it within a couple of weeks if you send it to a tech service (preferably the company that built it)
Hope this helped
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
SOURCE: Black Screen-No picture
Normally when an LCD monitor goes black, it is because the inverter goes out (which essentially is the backlighting). To verify this problem, hold a flashlight up to the monitor while it is turned on and see if you can "see" the picture. If this is the case, it could be repaired, but realistically, the cost to replace it might be cheaper (and you would probably end up with a larger monitor to boot).
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: No display
I think the problem is on the resolution, or you can change the video card, but if its happen to another computer..then u have to contact the ACER support center
Posted on May 27, 2009
Changing the resolution on the screen is the job of the graphics card on the computer. Either run windows update or visit the card manufacturer support site and search for an appropriate driver or software package. ATI and Nvidia both have "control panel" add-ins that will come up when you right click on the display. scroll down to the control panel and all your settings will be there.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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