Question about Computers & Internet
You selected a device-resolution that your LCD screen does not support.
Restart your computer, and immediately press the 'F8' key until you see the Windows "start-up" menu (white text over a black background). Select "Start in VGA mode" or "Start in Safe Mode".
Reset the device-resolution to a "low" value, e.g. 800-by-600, that is supported. Later, you can "tune" the resolution to the "best" value.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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