Question about Computers & Internet
When you switch from a CRT to LCD, your refresh rate will decrease. This is
easily completed by changing the refresh rate on your computer. To make this
adjustment please connect your old CRT monitor to your computer.
1) Open the Control Panel (located in the Start menu, Select [Settings].)
2) Double click on the [Display] icon.
3) Select the [Settings] tab and adjust the [Screen Area] setting by moving the indicator bar to the right. Your appropriate setting is based on your screen size.
12.1" LCD, 800x600
14.1" or 15" LCD, 1024x768
17" or 19" LCD, 1280x1024
4) Select the [Advanced] button located in the lower right corner,
5) Click on [Monitor] or [Adapter] tap.
6) Select a Refresh Rate/Frequency of 72 Hz or lower.
7) Select [Apply].
8) Select [OK] to keep the settings.
9) Shut down your computer.
10) Connect your new LCD monitor to the computer WHILE IT IS OFF.
11) Turn on the computer and LCD monitor at the same time. This will resolve your issue.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Set the resolution lower.
It is telling you that the resolution you want is beyond its normal operating range.
just drop it to lets say 800 x 600
Then bump it up one resolution at a time until you get the message again, then drop it back one.
Running monitors above the acceptable range can drastically shorten their lifespan.
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