Question about Compaq TFT5015 15" LCD Monitor
I have put on a 10m svga lead to my monitor. when i start the pc up i can not get past the xp blue screen (log on). it get this far and then i get the out of range message.
when i am already logged on i can connect the 10m lead and everything works fine. i can also use the lead in safe mode.
anybody got any answers ?
i have tried changing the resolution and also the refresh rate 1
NO PC stated nor OS is it windows what or linux what or O/S2?
10meter . is way too long. sorry. never do that ....
10m means that. why say 10m?
lead = cable. VGA cable. it is.
VGA will not run 10meters ever, and look ok, (i do know how)
out of range means the PC is using ******* resolutions settings
on this old monitor. see list of legal resolutions below.
the answer is simple.. (NOT REALLY WITH NO PC OR OS STATED)
in your unstated PC and OS (windows)
we do what, (im blind cant see what you own)
if HP PC is get the correct driver from my PC, (GPU/VGA)
then it works.
if this pc is over 10 years old (last year made not first)
then there is no HP support.
if running XP or Vista, then Plug in play is not going to work on the dead. (MS shut this down)
so i run my scan program (pci dev maker scanner)
omg i see the video chip now, and its a XXXX
i got to nVidia and get it and it loads and works (ask how)
then in the nvidia driver i set the default resolution to
any of the BOLD max resolution's.
NO OTHERS ARE ALLOWED BUT THE BELOW OR IS OUT OF RANGE!
learn to that using a new PC using and old model
the New PC with NEW OS does not recognize this old model
its too old. now. so we must force it, in WINDOWs.
you must force your unstated video chop to the below resolutions
ranges. pick one and set it. there.
if running XP or Vista ,both are dead do PNP plug and play is dead, now. in most cases F8 safe boot , set it to say
1024x768 works then you reboot and it stays there.
but not if the driver for you VGA chip is missing or wrong.
means get it and load it now. in safe mode F8
is this pc connected to the internet as it must?
832 x 624 / 75 Hz
640 x 480 / 75 Hz
640 x 480 / 73 Hz
640 x 480 / 60 Hz
800 x 600 / 75 Hz
800 x 600 / 72 Hz
800 x 600 / 60 Hz
800 x 600 / 56 Hz
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
1024 x 768 / 70 Hz
1024 x 768 / 60 Hz
1024 x 768 / 85 Hz
640 x 350 / 70 Hz
720 x 400 / 70 Hz
Posted on Aug 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Both of you, what did you do before the restart? If you changed anything while in Winblows it seems likely it is a software related issue. If you didn't, then a hardware issue is possible, in which case I'd start by unplugging the non-essential peripherals and restart. If that doesn't work, also try a different power supply and disconnect the battery. Sometimes a bad peripheral can cause the boot up sequence to hang. And correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe a weak psu can undersupply power to the harddrive causing the operating system to fail to boot. But, you probably have tried these ideas so they may not be of much help. Oh well, good luck!
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
TO RESET IT START YOUR COMPUTER IN SAFE MODE AND GO TO DISPLY SEETTINGS SET YOUR MONITOR AT VERY LOW 32BIT 800 BY 600 PIXELS IT WILL SOLVE THE PROBLEM THAN RESTART THE COMPUTER
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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