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  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels May 11, 2010

    ok..out of range..suggests something to do with a wireless set up? we'll need some better information here to assist.


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Out of rang on a monitor has nothing to do with wireless.
Out of rang on a monitor means that the settings on the video signal are too high for it to show. The fix is to lower the video settings. You can start your computer in safe mode to change the settings if you don't have a better monitor to access it.

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