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NOT OPTIMUM MODE

Suddenly I am getting NOT OPTIMUM MODE with my monitor

NOT OPTIMUM MODE problem,

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  • Marts comp Feb 05, 2008

    The problem is when the monitor is on for a long time, when turned off and

    on again there is a box floating around saying "not optimum mode". When switched off and left for a few hours, it works normaly

  • 7jdsn007 Nov 05, 2008

    I have same problem. What's going on?

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    I have got lots of troubles with my syncmaster 710. It worked fine for 2 years.

    My problems:

    When I start the computer I sometimes get a black screen, no display.

    Whem I start my computer in safe mode, again I get a black screen and sometimes a box that says "not optimum mode, recommended: 1280x1024 60Hz". But when I change the setting to this recommended resolution... then I get again the message: "not optimum mode, recommended: 1280x1024 60Hz."

    I have tried everything:

    installing the driver of the monitor again, hardware acceleration on the slowest possible mode setting, etc...

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Solder a 50 ohm precision resistor between pins 5 and 6 of the Novatek NT68F63LG

I had this same problem on 3 Samsung 710N displays and this fixed the problem.

I have read others have also been successful but the value of theresistor was slightly different in some cases. I would start with 50ohms as that seems to be a common value fixing most displays.

Here is the reference URL to the ORIGINAL person that solved the problem.

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In addition to NOT Optimum mode floating around cannot get the Menue.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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You just reset the setting of your monitor just try look the manual for your guide to reset the default setting.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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what is the PTC component ? pls explain?

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