I have just rebooted my computer and when i turned it on the screen resolution was aufull, and the monitor was set to default monitor also the audio driver was missing but i got that back through downloading it through the internet but i cant seem to find a vga compatible driver for my gnr ts700 monitor
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Native Resolution 1280 x 1024 for the monitor. If your Video card has any other resolution there is a mismatch.
Update the drivers for your Video card and see if you can get the native resolution from the PC, on the Monitor, reset all the settings to Factory defaults.
When a monitor is out of range it means that the computer is set up to a resolution that the monitor cannot handle
what you need to do is turn on your computer and tap F8 repeatably untill you confront a screen asking you what you want to do
you want Safe Mode with VGA
this will start windows in Safe mode (default settings for everything) and will set the resolution to 800x600 (smallest resolution supported by everything) when you are at the desktop you can just change the resolution of your screen normally
Windows Vista/7 right click the desktop > Screen resolution
Windows XP/98 etc Right click the desktop > properties and it will be in there somewhere (don't have an XP machine in front of me sorry)
It looks like your graphics card changes the screen resolutions and/or refresh-rate to something beyond your monitor's capabilities.
After installing the drivers and the screen goes black, restart you're computer and press F8 to get the Windows advanced menu boot and choose "Enable VGA Mode".
When booted into Windows, right click on the desktop and select "properties", select the tab "Settings" and pick a really low resolution like "1024x768" and press the "Apply" button (but don't reboot yet when asked to). Next press the "Advanced" button, then select the tab "monitor" and change the monitor resolution to "default" or 60Hz.
Now restart your system and see wether Windows will boot normally. If so, you can change the resolution and refresh-rate back to you preferred values. Whenever you pick a too high resolution or refreshrate the screen will turn black again, but don't worry, don't press anything and just wait 15s, after which Windows will roll back to the previous setting ...
Depending if your video card settings and drivers are correct. First try to Right Click your mouse over the desktop area and choose properties. At the top tabs choose Settings, then on the lower left adjust screen resolution and click Ok.
Since this was a new out of the box computer, Safe Mode was not allowed. In order to change monitor settings (resolution), I had to use another monitor, in this case a newer CRT. With the CRT, the computer booted up, no problem. Once booted, I turned down the monitor resolution and saved. Now when the Princeton LCD was plugged in and the computer restarted, everything works fine. Now the resolution could be set to limits of the monitor.
your pc may be set to a resolution that is out of range for the monitor.
Boot into "Safe mode" reset the Display settings to 640 x 480.
reboot into normal mode then change the screen settings to your desired resolution.