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Re: out of range
If there is no hardware issue, this message indicates that your PC's Screen resolution settings (and/or Refresh Rate) are above the capability of the monitor. This can be corrected by booting into Safe Mode (F8) and lowering as necessary.
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The device driving the monitor is exceeding the horizontal and vertical frequencies that the monitor can display .....thus the "out of range". The specs for this state that the Horizontal Freq. is 80Khz and the Vertical Rate is 75hz. If you are driving this monitor from a computer running Windows, reboot the PC and use the F8 key to put it in SAFE mode. This will cause the video driver to default to a rate that the monitor can handle. Then go into the screen resolution settings and reset them. The native resolution of the monitor is 1680x1050 at 60 Hz. Exceed that and you'll get the "out of range"
you may try this came from manual.
Power Management" "countdown 20 sec
INPUT SIGNAL OUT OF RANGE
This OSD may appear to inform you that the signal being sent to the display is not within
its frequency range. In this case, you would need to check the resolution and refresh rate
you have your video card set to, and adjust to be within the range of the display
I believe the max resolution this LCD can support is 1440 x 900 / 75 Hz. If you set your display resolution higher then that, you will receive the input signal out of range error. Your LDC turns off to protect it self from the invalid settings. If you can not change it back once your PC boots to windows, you may have to do it in save mode by pressing F8 once you power on your PC and before the windows loading screen starts. Regards,Chris
Try starting up the computer in VGA mode. Turn on the power, before the windows logo comes up tap on F8 a few times to get the advanced start up options on your screen. Select VGA mode from the list and press enter.
If you can't do this, try another display start up in vga mode and then swap the display back.
I assume your talking about a computer display and your having a problem with your computer.
Not sure what the D-sub out of range means.. but if you have to hold a flash light to the screen to see the images it would seem that either your inverter board or backlight lamp is bad.
I would try the inverter board first.. there are numerous places on the web that sell these things.. Just google it..