Make sure you have the correct drivers installed by going to device manager in control panel..... if you have then you'll need a better graphics card as yours is prob onboard using system memory with a limited output in resolution
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It might be that the screen resolution set on the pc is too high for the monitor to display.
try hooking up the flat panel monitor again. (CRTs can have a flat screen as well)
lower the screen resolution to 1024 X 768 pixels click save.
hook up the other monitor to see if that was the problem.
If you can get the monitors menu to come up on the monitor try setting it to factory defaults.
It probably means that you're very lucky that your screen is failing and probably NOT the Video Card on *********** board. Either borrow a monitor and hook it to your computer (and see if the line appears on the borrowed monitor...if not, you know your monitor is failing) or take your computer to a friend's place and hook it to his/her monitor which will produce the same troubleshooting answer with the reversed conponents, if the line appears on his otherwise normal LCD, your video card is the problem.
You need hook up your old monitor back and set the PC video resolution to 1024 × 768 @ 60Hz which is the native/max resolution of the E15T4, remove the old Dell monitor and connect your E15T4.
You are getting out of range because your PC video resolution is too high for the E15T4 to display.
She should not have a prioblem. The PC should recognize new devise and look for the driver. If it says that driver not found, Go to DriverGuide, this is a great website and you can download any driver for FREE. Install it then she should have noprobs.
If it's going into powersave mode, it usually means it's not getting a signal from the video card. Try plugging this monitor into another machine or laptop and you should be able to tell if that's the issue.