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In order to restore your resolution to one that can be displayed by your monitor, you need to restart the computer and enter Safe Mode. To do that, press the F8 key right before the Windows logo shows up during boot (just keep pressing it until you get it).
It should show a menu, from where you must choose to boot in "Safe Mode".
After Windows loads up in Safe Mode, just open the screen resolution settings (right click on the desktop, select Properties) and select 800x600. Click on OK.
Now restart the computer normally and let it boot into Windows. You should be able to see and change the resolution (using the same method mentioned above) to any desired.
Hope that helps!
It means your system display card settings are too high for your monitor. Boot your system into safe mode and set the display settings lower. When you boot your computer, before it shows the windows loading logo press F8 to get into safe mode. When windows loads right click on your desktop and choose properties. depending on what operating system you have, after poking around you should find a setting measured in hz, in a drop down menu, and lower it (60 hz is usually the default for most monitors.)
It is because your Windows monitor settings are OUT OF RANGE if you can boot into Windows normaly just rite click on the desktop, chose properties, than settings tab (if it's XP), go to advance, than monitor, look for frequency refresh rate, change to 60Hz, than save, than reboot
if you can't boot into Windows, try booting in SAFE MODE by pressing (F8) key at startup than do the above starting at -- rite click on the desktop...
okie might be possible that the main booting file of the computer might have gone corrupted ,
what i can suggest that u need to do a parallel repair of the OS in which u wont losse any data ,but by doing this u can repair the OS and the booting file for you ,
if you know how to do the parallel installation then it is well and good or else give me your phone number and name so that i can call you and fix the computer for you
1: Signal out of range meas the monitor can't handle the input refresh rate. lcd and Tft monitors usually supports 60 and 75Hz refresh rates. 2: The Resolution you are using to view the desktop is too high, this number is depending on the size of the lcd monitor. a 15" lcd usually runs with: 1024x768 with 60hz a 17" lcd usually runs with: 1280x1024 with 60hz some of them supports 75hz. a 19" lcd usually runs with 1600x1200 or higher.
I recommend reading the user manual if you have it, or checking the information on the manufacturer's website.
3: As a solution turn on your computer and after it passes the bios screen press F8 and select VGA mode.
This will enable 640x480 (standard vga) resolution and 60Hz refresh rate, after windows boots up you can change thease nmbers , and windows automatically asks for turning to 800x600 60Hz.
If you want to change the resolution go to: Right click on your desktop, select properties , select settings tab, and adjust the resolution on the bottom of the window.
press F8 upon booting up
instead of choosing safe mode click ENABLE VGA
right click desktop, click properties,
click settings, set resolution to 1024 x 768
from there you will not see anymore the
Input Signal Out Of Range
The TV you are hooking it to is not able to show the resolution you have the computer set to. Start by setting your computer resolution to 800 x 600. If that works than try 1024 x 768. If you go too high you will get that "out of range" message. The instruction book that came with your TV has a listing of the available resolutions the TV will show.