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Resolution I tried adjusting the resolution and when I rebooted, the monitor screen stayed black and showed an error that said the resolution wasn't possible. How do I return the resoluion to what it was when I can't get the screen back to make the changes ?

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  • MAGIC MAKER Feb 25, 2008

    You can email me at roykueppers@execulink.com

  • MAGIC MAKER Feb 25, 2008

    Thanks ! How do I start in safe mode ?

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You need to enter a lower resolution. The monitor you are on is incapable of using a resolution that high. If you cannot get back on you need to start in safemode. Then change the resolution to a lower one that your monitor can handle.

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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    Sean Cheren Feb 25, 2008

    Reboot and tap F8 and quickly over and over again. Then select safe mode

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