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Display monitor problem

The problem then after i restart my computer no displat appear then.i turn off plug the open back hit F8 used all menu in that advance configuration.the problem still the same help me????

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That is something to do with the setting.

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How do I get rid of a flashing message "Display Mode out of range"


Here is an article from Microsoft on this problem. Good Luck !

20x20_grey_minus.pngCause This behavior can occur if the signal from the video adapter exceeds the scan range of the new monitor. The video adapter setting for updating the screen (the refresh rate) is incompatible with the monitor. uparrow.gifBack to the top ' Give Feedback 20x20_grey_minus.pngResolution To resolve this behavior, either change the refresh rate, or change the video adapter settings.

To change the refresh rate:
  1. Restart the computer, and while it is restarting, press F8 until the Startup menu appears. Press 3, and then press ENTER to start the computer in Safe mode.
  2. Right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
  3. Click Advanced, click Adapter, and then click Adapter Default from the Refresh Rate list.
  4. Click OK, click OK again, and then click Yes to restart the computer in Normal mode.
You can set the colors and screen area to your preferences under Display Properties.


To change the video adapter settings:
  1. Restart the computer, and while it is restarting, press F8 until the Startup menu appears. Press 3, and then press ENTER to start the computer in Safe mode.
  2. Right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
  3. Click Advanced, click Adapter, and then click Change.
  4. Click Next, and then click Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so you can select the driver you want.
  5. Click Next, click Show all hardware, and then click Standard display types under Manufacturers.
  6. Click Standard Display Adapter (VGA), and then click Next.
  7. Click Yes, click Next, click Finish, and then click Yes to restart the computer.
  8. After the computer starts, right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
  9. Click 256 colors, click Apply, and then restart the computer.
  10. After the computer starts, click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click System.
  11. Click Device Manager, click View devices by type, and then click Display adapters.
  12. Click Standard Display Adapter (VGA), click Remove, and then click OK.
  13. Install all updated monitor drivers.

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Hi, my 2009m monitor will not stay on and it is saying "no signal"


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You can try to check if the video cable (VGA/DVI/HDMI) is connect properly from your Monitor to your CPU. Sometimes it is cause by a bad cable, bad video card or bad memory. I suggest that if the cables are good then you need to check the Video Card or the Memory Stick however, you need to be familiar on how to do it. because opening the CPU might void your warranty. So it is betting after checking the cable is to call the manufaturer or the computer if the computer is purchase from a certain company like DELL, LENOVO, HP ,etc. or call a local tech to help you to check it.

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Jan 31, 2011 | HP 2009M Monitor

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Monitor problem


If you restart your computer and either go to the Bios setup menu (usually by pressing DEL or some other noted key, in the first few seconds of power up) does the same "contrast" menu still appear?

If so, then it must be your monitor (likely Monitor, not computer)
Your monitor is mad at you and it is displaying a Warning Message that is part of its OSD (On Screen Display). Some monitors are more sensitive then others so it takes very little to get this type of message. To get rid of it you will need to use the buttons on the monitor to get into the OSD menus. You need to look for something like "OSD Settings" or "Warning Message Settings" which may be found under "Setup Menu" or "Options Menu". This all depends on the make and model of the monitor as they are all slightly different.

Once you find this area you will need to turn off a setting that will be called "Warning Messages" or "Display Notifications", again the wording may be different but the idea is the same. Once you find the setting you should have the choice to set it to "ON", "OFF" or to an amount of time it will display (5 seconds, 15 seconds etc...).

On my Viewsonic the setting is found under "Setup Menu", and then I turn off "Warning Notification".


GOOD LUCK!!

ps. If the display looks OK then there is most likely nothing wrong. The message appears because the monitor detects a setting that may be in error. If the message goes away after a bit and doesn't bother you, you may choose to ignore it.

May 24, 2010 | AOpen A75PF Monitor

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Monitor says out of range


1. Turn off the computer.
2. Turn on the computer.
3. As soon as it starts up press and tap the F8 key.
3a. If a "boot menu" appears, select hard drive, press enter, and immediately press the F8 key again.
4. The safe mode menu should appear. If it does not, start over.
5. Select "Enable VGA mode".
6. The computer will now boot to native 640 x 480 resolution. You may now use the display properties to set it back to normal, within your monitor's range of course :c)

Thanks and please take a moment to rate this solution with a thumbs up, solved problem rating...after all I did just prevent your death :c) THANKS

Mar 30, 2009 | AOpen Black 17inch LCD, 1028x1024, 16ms,...

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Outof Range error message & black screen


To resolve this behavior, either change the refresh rate which is what is chnaged or the resolution or change the video adapter settings.
 
To change the refresh rate:
  1. Restart the computer, and while it is restarting, press F8 until the Startup menu appears. Press 3, and then press ENTER to start the computer in Safe mode.
  2. Right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
  3. Click Advanced, click Adapter, and then click Adapter Default from the Refresh Rate list.
  4. Click OK, click OK again, and then click Yes to restart the computer in Normal mode.
You can set the colors and screen area to your preferences under Display Properties

If the above problem does not help ypu then change the resolution and select the correct resolution which your CPU and monitor both support....

Try the below solution if you know it or else leave it
To change the video adapter settings:
  1. Restart the computer, and while it is restarting, press F8 until the Startup menu appears. Press 3, and then press ENTER to start the computer in Safe mode.
  2. Right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
  3. Click Advanced, click Adapter, and then click Change.
  4. Click Next, and then click Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so you can select the driver you want.
  5. Click Next, click Show all hardware, and then click Standard display types underManufacturers.
  6. Click Standard Display Adapter (VGA), and then click Next.
  7. Click Yes, click Next, click Finish, and then click Yes to restart the computer.
  8. After the computer starts, right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then clickSettings.
  9. Click 256 colors, click Apply, and then restart the computer.
  10. After the computer starts, click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click System.
  11. Click Device Manager, click View devices by type, and then click Display adapters.
  12. Click Standard Display Adapter (VGA), click Remove, and then click OK.
  13. Install all updated monitor drivers.
If the above solutions is not working for you then contact your nearest Harware person for the solution... All the best.

Mar 18, 2009 | HP L1940 19" LCD Monitor

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I changed Desktop resolution setting to higher, Monitor went black with "Out of Range" message


please try this:
To resolve this behavior, either change the refresh rate, or change the video adapter settings.

To change the refresh rate:

1. Restart the computer, and while it is restarting, press F8 until the Startup menu appears. Press 3, and then press ENTER to start the computer in Safe mode.
2. Right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
3. Click Advanced, click Adapter, and then click Adapter Default from the Refresh Rate list.
4. Click OK, click OK again, and then click Yes to restart the computer in Normal mode.

You can set the colors and screen area to your preferences under Display Properties.


To change the video adapter settings:

1. Restart the computer, and while it is restarting, press F8 until the Startup menu appears. Press 3, and then press ENTER to start the computer in Safe mode.
2. Right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
3. Click Advanced, click Adapter, and then click Change.
4. Click Next, and then click Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so you can select the driver you want.
5. Click Next, click Show all hardware, and then click Standard display types under Manufacturers.
6. Click Standard Display Adapter (VGA), and then click Next.
7. Click Yes, click Next, click Finish, and then click Yes to restart the computer.
8. After the computer starts, right-click the desktop, click Properties, and then click Settings.
9. Click 256 colors, click Apply, and then restart the computer.
10. After the computer starts, click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click System.
11. Click Device Manager, click View devices by type, and then click Display adapters.
12. Click Standard Display Adapter (VGA), click Remove, and then click OK.
13. Install all updated monitor drivers.

hope it helps!

Nov 02, 2008 | Planar PL1910M (Black) 19 in. Flat Panel...

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15inches monitor troubleshooting


Hi Rachel,
The old monitor was set to a resoloution that is higher then you current monitor can handle. This is normally the case when changing from a CRT to an LCD

Try this:
Unplug the video cable from the back of your computer.
Start the computer and wait for about 2 minutes.
Press the power button on the front of the computer just once. This will **** it back down safely again.
Plug the video cable back in, then restart the computer with the monitor turned on.

If this dosn't work then try this:
  1. Turn the computer on (have the monitor already powered up)
  2. When the computers bios/splash page goes away begin to press F8
  3. You should get a Windows Startup options page.
  4. If you see the WIndows Logo you normally see when it loads, just hit the reset button and try again.
  5. In the Windows Startup page, select Safe Mode and press enter twice
  6. Windows will now load.
  7. On the desktop right click anywhere there is nothing.
  8. Select Display Properties, a new window will open
  9. Select the last tab at the top of the window (properties)
  10. You will see a slider on the left side, move it to 800x600, select apply, then close the box.
  11. Restart Windows.
If that fails, then please post back and we can try something else.

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Monitor


When your computer is starting up, hit F8 and you'll see the safe mode, safe mode with networking, etc. screen...You should see a choice that says "enable vga mode". Select that and windows will start and the os will select a screen resolution for you. After that, everything will work fine...I hope.


Good Luck!

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Mar 15, 2008 | Acer X193W LCD Monitor

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SCREEN MESSAGE - MODE NOT SUPPORTED


You have set a resolution that is too high or incompatible with your monitor. I assume you are using Windows. Turn the computer on and immediately keep pressing F8 on the keyboard until the 'Windows Advanced Options Menu' appears. Use the Up and Down keys to select 'Enable VGA Mode' Press enter and your screen will work again when windows starts. Now go to the display properties and click 'Advanced' then click the 'Monitor' tab and tick 'Hide modes that this monitor cannot display' OK everthing and now you should be able to adjust the resolution without getting a blank screen again! Good luck and come back to comment soon. Regards

Sep 26, 2007 | Daewoo L700C 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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Monitor problem


Melanie, The computers video cards resolution and / or refresh rate is set incorrectly for your monitor. The easiest way to fix this is as follows for Windows 2000 or XP: -While the computer is first starting press the F8 key every second till the Advanced Options Menu appears. -Using the up or down arrow key select the ?Enable VGA Mode? and hit the enter key. -You will be taken to another screen that may or may not have several items to select from. Find your operating system, highlight it and hit the enter key. -Your computer should now load Windows using a generic display mode. Don?t be alarmed if the objects on the screen appear large, this is just temporary. -Log into Windows (if necessary) and you should now see your desktop. -Ignore the popup in the lower right hand part of your screen saying that the display is set very low. Simply right click any clear spot on your desktop and select properties from the menu that appears. -From the Display Properties box that appears click on the Settings tab. -In the screen resolution section (lower left corner) make sure it is set to 1280 x 1024. This is the typical resolution for a 17? LCD but be aware that your monitor will probably be capable of supporting other resolutions. -The color quality box should be set to the highest (most) color setting listed. -Click on the advanced button in the lower right corner. -In the next window click on the monitor tab. -The typical LCD is set to 60 Hertz; however, I have seen where some Acer monitors like 70 Hertz. I would start with 60 for now and change it to 70 if this doesn?t work. -click the OK button twice. -Restart your computer normally and see if it works. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate this post.

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