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I plugged in this monitor to my PC but have a box dead center in the middle of my screen that says..."Signal out of range". Anyone have any ideas why this might happen?

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Please boot system hold f8 key after cmos screen passes,
login to windows, goto control panel, display, and change setting of monitor to 640 by 480. Savs reboot to screen. Change to other setting after logged into Windos again.

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  9. Restart Windows
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