Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
It means that the display settings of your computer (resolution, refresh rate) have been set beyond the monitor's capabilities. It's best to boot Windows in Safe Mode, then you should get the picture ok, and set the display settings according to your monitor's optimum resolution and refresh rate.
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