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Unknown mode I have been trying to fix the resolution on my go video tw1730 monitor after my computer had the motherboard and hard drive replaced. I disabled something and now I cannot get the PC mode to work. The desktop momentarily comes up when I switch modes - but then I get a black screen that says unknown mode. Help!

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    i have intex it 191 model tv tuner..someday ago the pipfunction was working but now it says unknown resolution while i set it 1440x900 with 16:10 ratio plz help

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Check the instructions for the default resolution for your monitor. Start your computer in the safe mode. In the safe mode, the resolution should come up at the minimum. Now go in to the screen properties and set the resolution recomended for your monitor.

When you start the computer normaly, it should now come up in the last setting that you put it in to while you were in the safe mode.


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