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Out of frequency set resolution or see monitor

Out of frequency set resolution or see monitor user guide .
error in monitor what ihave to do

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If you are getting a splash screen (COMPAQ) then video goes black, you can try this. Boot system in Enable VGA mode from the F8 menu and see if you get to the desktop. If you do, you can then go to display properties and adjust the resolution to the Optimal for the monitor.
If you do not get a splash screen, check you cable connections and ensure the Video cable is properly seated and no bent pins. If issue is occurring after the system was moved, also ensure that the correct video adapter connection is being used on the tower, as there may be 2

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My computer monitor is out of frequency please solve this problem

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You might have set resolution too high.

There are 2 solution.
1) Connect your computer with higher resolution monitor decrese the resolution and it will work fine.
2nd solution

start your computer in safe mode disable its graphics device reboot your computer and it should work fine this time.

If you find problem let me know

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Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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This error indicates that your video card resolution is set igher than the monitor can display. Try booting into safemode and changing the resolution.

Here is a link to the Gateway site spec page for that monitor.

http://support.gateway.com/s/MONITOR/7003943/700394318.shtml

The maximum resolution it will display is 1024 X 768 which is very low for current video cards, your card may not go that low. Check it if it does not go then you will need to get a new monitor that supports the resolution that your computer can put out.

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