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I have a Starlogic LCD monitor

And I get a message ''Out of Range'' For some reason it won't work on this one computer (with Windows Vista). However, it does work on a different computer with Vista. What could be the problem?

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You have definitely chosen a higher resolution than what your model of monitor could support , if you have a spare monitor please conenct change to regular 1024/768 resolution save it restart system and plug back this monitor and it should work , also you can try starting you comp on safemode and set the above specified resolution and try , do let me know what happens.
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