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Over rang i have 15" proview crt when i start pc then display msg over rang for 9 sec. after this screen will be can't open my bios screen.

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Re: over rang

On crt monitor adjust screen referesh mde to 75Hz

or go to windows safe mod e

You can see your monitor ranges ;
right click desktop -> properties -> settings -> monitor
You'll see Screen refresh rate here
under the that there is a box "Hide modes that this monitor cannot display" click that.
Now computer shows your monitor range in list. When you select bigger value different than list , gives error " OUT OF RANGE "

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