Question about Computers & Internet
It means that the screen resolution and/or refresh frequency that have been set in your computer's display properies are beyond this monitor's capabilities.
You don't specify your system type or exact monitor model, but you have to:
1) Find out the optimum (native) resolution of your monitor
2) Go to Display Properties and set that resolution. Obviously you will have to make the monitor show something in order to do it - if we're talking Windows, you'll have to boot to Safe Mode.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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