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I have a vusys monitor and for some reason when i plug it in to my computer it displays a message "out of range" and i recieve no picture any solutionfor this please?

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1.) The resolution/frequency your computer is currently running at is a higher resolution then the monitor can handle. Use a different monitor, if it works then lower resolution and replace with the vusys.

2.) You have physical failure. Your video card, cable, or monitor is bad. (Or you don't have it plugged into the right card). Try a different monitor if it works then and you did step one, then you probably have a bad cable or monitor.

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