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When i turn computer on it says unsupported mode: h:64 4khz, v: 60 2hz

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H: means horizontal at 644 H and V 602 is vertical measurements seems there may be something wroung with the video card resolutions or the display itself. This would need to be look at locally to determine what is causing this error. Seems like video to me.

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Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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