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Analog out of range display on the screen

I changed my resolution and now the only thing on my computer is this error message "analog out of range" i am unable to do anything. I've tried rebooting but the screen appears after loading. How do i change my resolution back since i can't do anything?

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Try the lcd monitor on another PC, if the same message pops out, your monitor needs reprogramming of its A/D board, bring it to a LG service center..

if it works fine on another PC, try to boot your PC on VGA mode..

Posted on May 10, 2010

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    it works... tnx

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    rulkin_18ken May 10, 2012

    It works... Tnx.... ^_^

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