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I am using LCD monitor LG, my son changed some settings which i don't know, Presently, the monitor says Out of range 53.6KHZ / 60HZ. What is the problem and How to solve this problem and restoration of my computer

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OK, at boot time pump the F8 key, when the safe mode menu shows choose Boot in VGA, now when it does so, & when at the desktop, right click on desktop, and select properties, then choose a Lower resolution, say 1024x768, 32 bit or, the common maximum, 1280x1024 32 bit. set and reboot, this time the monitor should boot and the screen should work.
If that doesn't work, then boot up again with VGA, and select a lower mode say 800x600 32 bit.
If it will not boot or display anything, then you most likely have either a fault with the Video card or the monitor, to test try the Monitor on another machine, if it works OK, then your Video Card is faulty. you will have to replace it.
If it proves to be the Monitor, you will have to repair or replace.

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He may have changed the display settings on the computer. He may have altered the refresh rate higher than the monitor can handle.
You can try start the computer in safe mode (F8 repeatedly on boot up, till the safe mode option comes up)
This will load basic video drivers, you should be able to check your settings now.
Windows xp / right click on desktop and your settings are there
OR control panel / display

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