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Not optimum setting

Asks for optimum setting, tried everything I can think of. Says monitor is okay. It ain't!!!

I think it is over heating?

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  • PBrightman Mar 15, 2008

    did that, several times. I note other folks are having the same problem?

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Well whats it native resoution ? tahts what u must use 1280x1024 ? not blown up at 1024x768 or any other weird formatts ok

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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When i turn on my computer i get the message"NOT OPTIMUM MODE, RECOMMENDED MODE 1280x1024 60Hz" What is the meaning if this?


This is just your computer trying to give you the best resolution your monitor can handle. With the extent of modern technology being what it is, most devices will communicate information between themselves without a human being needed for most of it. This case is a perfect example. Many new monitors will "tell" the computer what their maximum resolution and refresh rate are, and the computer will automatically set your video card to use those settings. Resolution is the "1280x1024" part of the message, which refers to the number of pixels and size of area to be used on the monitor. Refresh rate is the "60Hz" part of the message, and isn't really important unless you see a flicker on your monitor or are getting into the advanced usage of a large, powerful monitor system.

The message you received was because of a miscommunication between the monitor and the computer. The monitor had no factory set value for its "Optimum Mode", so your computer was forced to ask you for input. The recommended mode should work just fine for you, so feel free to ignore that message unless it starts causing you problems, like an odd flicker in your screen or the screen not displaying your desktop properly.

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You need to change the monitor resolution setting in your operating system. If you are using Windows then go to Control Panel and look for Display Settings (or something similar depending on the version of Windows). Adjust the Resolution setting (probably using a slidebar on screen) to match the optimum setting of your monitor. If you don't have the monitor instructions try the highest setting first and move down one step at a time until you get a correct resolution on the display.

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I have a new sanyo 32in flat screen for a monitor my pc loads up and it seems fine then when the log in screen should appear it goes black if i hook up a diff monitor it shows up


This most likely happens because the pc is using a resolution or frequency that is not supported by the tv/monitor. The resolution when starting pc is different than the resolution when logging in.
On Win XP right click on the desktop background, and choose properties from the pop up menu. Open the far right tab and change the screen resolution to 800 x 600. This is highly likely to work on the tv/monitor. [Vista or Win7 right click and choose personalize to get to resolution settings]
Connect to the monitor, restart pc, and you should be able to then see logon screen. Go back to the resolution setup screen and experiment with different resolutions till you find which works best for your display. You can pick a resolution and try it, then it will ask if you want to keep the setting. If you do not answer in 15 seconds, it will revert automatically to where it was a moment ago. So if the screen goes all funny or blank, just wait and it will come back.
Note that your display video card may not be able to support the optimum resolution you need, in which case you will be under utilising the screen. Everything may appear too big or stretched in one direction. In that case you will need to upgrade your video card to make full use of the screen capabilities. You should consult any documentation which came with the monitor to see what is optimum pc resolution to use, and bu video card appropriate to pc and monitor.

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Not optimum mode


It is complaining because your PC video resolution is not set to the monitor native resolution, which is 1280 x 1024 @60Hz. Try setting your PC resolution.

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Not optimum mode


This means that your resolution (the amount of pixels) is not the same as your monitor's recommended setting.

The easiest way to fix this is to go into your display settings (right click your desktop and, if XP: Properties->Settings or if Vista/7: Screen Resolution) and drag the slider all the way to the right (XP) or top (Vista/7).

If the highest setting makes your screen go blank for more than 5 seconds, press Esc and try the next setting down. Do this until your monitor correctly displays the highest setting allowed.

Mar 27, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 710m 17" LCD Monitor

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Asks for optimum mode, have done this, still craches?


Hi...in Brasil, micon OK ?!

But have modification problem no more !

Mar 15, 2008 | Samsung 710V 17" LCD Monitor

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Not optimum mode recommended mode 1024 x 768 60hz


Hook up a different monitor and set resolution to no higher than 1024 x 768. Samsung monitor will then work fine. It appears that something fails in the monitor and it will no longer support anything higher than this.

Mar 03, 2008 | Samsung 710V 17" LCD Monitor

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NOT OPTIMUM MODE


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.

http://72.14.235.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=es&u=http://www.dtforum.net/index.php%3Ftopic%3D55304.msg1010695085%3Btopicseen&prev=/search%3Fq%3DNT68F63LG%2B50%2Bohm%26hl%3Den%26rlz%3D1T4SUNA_enUS219US220&usg=ALkJrhiRO8V09Lo7lnjqW47LE8IE653r7w

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