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My monitor keeps going blank with a window that pops up saying "Not optimum mode. Recommended mode 1280 x 1024 60Hz" then there is a question mark box. I can't get the display back, no matter...


check you video graphic card option and select or fight the right resolution,otherwise update your video card and you can use this :

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here's the serial : JCCQ-MAKC-KACK-6TSE-BN35

Jun 05, 2011 | Samsung SyncMaster 912N 19" Flat Panel LCD...

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When i turn on my computer i get the message"NOT OPTIMUM MODE, RECOMMENDED MODE 1280x1024 60Hz" What is the meaning if this?


This is just your computer trying to give you the best resolution your monitor can handle. With the extent of modern technology being what it is, most devices will communicate information between themselves without a human being needed for most of it. This case is a perfect example. Many new monitors will "tell" the computer what their maximum resolution and refresh rate are, and the computer will automatically set your video card to use those settings. Resolution is the "1280x1024" part of the message, which refers to the number of pixels and size of area to be used on the monitor. Refresh rate is the "60Hz" part of the message, and isn't really important unless you see a flicker on your monitor or are getting into the advanced usage of a large, powerful monitor system.

The message you received was because of a miscommunication between the monitor and the computer. The monitor had no factory set value for its "Optimum Mode", so your computer was forced to ask you for input. The recommended mode should work just fine for you, so feel free to ignore that message unless it starts causing you problems, like an odd flicker in your screen or the screen not displaying your desktop properly.

Mar 06, 2011 | Samsung SyncMaster 710N 17" LCD Monitor

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Not optimum mode recommended mode 1280x1024 60hz syncmaster 712 n pop up occasionly I have to shut down computer


Your video card and computer memory may not be sufficient to run in the recommended "optimum performance mode" that Samsung and Windows both suggest. Please try setting your display setting at a lower resolution such as 1080 x 760 which is still quite excellent. Otherwise you may need to buy a better video card or increase system memory to run the higher mode graphics.
Good Luck!

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Samsung syncmaster713bm not optimum mode


try to adjust resolution you monitor may not support higher resolution change it in the display properties

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Floating box non optimum mode recommended mode


You need to adjust the Display screen resolution.

  1. Control Pannel
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  3. Settings
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My monitor has a message floating up and down saying not optimum mode recommended mode 1280x1024 60Hz what do i do


dear dalton,

1.right click on desktop.select properties and click it.

2.then select settings tab on top.

3.there u can see the screen resolution slider bar. there u can select the optimum mode for ur monitor.


thanks,

Sep 30, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I have an error message on my screen which ios moving around. It says - 'not optimum mode. Recommended mode : 1280 x1024 60Hz'.


Sounds like you have an LCD monitor. LCD monitors look best in their native resolution. Yours must be 1280x1024. You need to (assuming this is a Windows PC) right click on the desktop and choose Personalize, Display Settings (Vista) or Properties, Settings (XP or older). Set the slider to 1280x1024. It'll confirm the change and then the message should never reappear.

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Not optimum mode 510v 17" LCD Monitor


well, you need to change the EEPROM on the AD board.

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Not optimum mode recommended mode 1024 x 768 60hz


Hook up a different monitor and set resolution to no higher than 1024 x 768. Samsung monitor will then work fine. It appears that something fails in the monitor and it will no longer support anything higher than this.

Mar 03, 2008 | Samsung 710V 17" LCD Monitor

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Not optimum mode


change windows resolution and refresh rate to 1024 X768 and 60 Hz.
start->control panel->display->settings-> change the screen resolution to 1024 by 768 pixels-> advanced-> monitor->change refresh rate to 60 Hz-> ok-> yes -> ok.

Mar 03, 2008 | Samsung 710V 17" LCD Monitor

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