Question about Hyundai ImageQuest QV770 17 in.CRT Conventional Monitor
That's the monitor telling you it's getting a signal it can't handle. The H and V values are the horizontal and vertical frequencies that control the display. They change depending on your computer's video card settings. The monitor can be damaged if run at frequencies outside its safe range, and it displays the message you're seeing to protect itself.
Start your computer. When the manufacturer's splash screen (logo screen) comes on, press the F8 several times. This will get you to a startup options menu. Select "Start in VGA mode" from the list. Windows will start up then with settings every monitor can handle, and you'll be able to see again.
You might have a game or other graphics application that changes video settings to something the monitor can't handle. If this is the case, and those settings are required, you'll need to invest in a monitor with a greater settings range.
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