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you must review if the power cord is faulty, use the multimeter for to measure. 2) see if there are some loose cables from monitor to PC. 3)try to test the monitor in another PC computer, and determine what going up, for fix it. God bless you
OSD Lock Function: To lock the OSD, press and hold the MENUbutton while the monitor is off and then press power button to turn the monitor on. To un-lock the OSD - press and hold the MENUbutton while the monitor is off and then press power button to turn the monitor on.
It seems like graphics resoluation setting is changed and is beyond the range your monitor can support, what colour is the power light of monitor? as there is no model of the monitor, I can recommend to connect a bit newer version of monitor and see if the screen is on, if not then it will be graphics card settings.
there was someone I know who had same problem.its was something to do with the self testing.his dell monitor kept doing the same thing we rang dell they said it wasnt detecting a video single from motherboard/graphic card .how did we fix simple we changed monitor and all was fine.we think its a fault in the dell self testing .so try another monitor or borrow one so you can test. and please let us know how you got on .
Hi, if the monitor stays on "saving mode" it means you have some bad capacitors inside the monitor, so you have to get it fixed. If you connect another monitor and you still get the same thing, it means the display's resolution is out of range. So restart safe mode and reconfigure it. I hope this helps.
Your monitor settings within windows are set too high for the monitor to display... When computer first boots.. be ready and press the F8 key...
Enter safe mode.. Reset the display properties in control panel to 800 by 600 for a start. Setting the resolution too high past the monitors ability will give you that message.. Most monitors are able to display 1024 by 768 just fine.. Out of range.. means the display settings within windows are out of the monitors range of ability to display the screen resolution you have set... Good luck!!
What size monitor were you using before? If you were using a smaller monitor and everything was fine maybe this new monitor is out of range for the graphics card. I've found that not all graphics cards, especially older ones, will not run a monitor as large as 24 inches. If you can, connect this new 24 inch monitor to a computer with a more powerful graphics card. If it works then you will know that the problem is with your computer. Also connect your old monitor and go into control panel and see what range and resolution your graphics card will support. You may need a more powerful card to run the new monitor.
Out of rang on a monitor has nothing to do with wireless.
Out of rang on a monitor means that the settings on the video signal are too high for it to show. The fix is to lower the video settings. You can start your computer in safe mode to change the settings if you don't have a better monitor to access it.