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OUT OF RANGE


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IN MY PC WHEN I STARTED IT ON ALL ARE LOADING AND IT WAS SHOWING OUT OF FREQUENCY AND SHOWING VF 30-120 AND HF 30-50 AND SHOWING HF=74.3 OUT OF RANGE AND CHECH POWER MANAGEMENT HELP ME FROM THIS PROBLEM

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Sounds like the Video setting is too high. Change the refresh rate lower and change the resolution lower. You monitor can't handle the setting that you have it on.
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