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Display Problem H V Frequency Over Range

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    monitor says frequency out of range computer will not show anything else

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    after connecting T.V.Tuner card "H.V. Frequency Over Range

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You have to run your system on other monitor and set monitor refresh rate at 60herzby desk top properties option setting and advanced.
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It sounds like you have two separate problems.

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Through Direct Search:
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  4. While the scanner is searching or is on a transmission, press H/S.
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