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Keep getting "frequency out of range" meassage

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Sounds like there is an issue with the video card settings versus your monitor.

Try the following:

1.) Press F8 on boot and select VGA mode then once into the OS reset the video card options

2.) Try another monitor

3.) If you have video card, swap it out. If you have onboard graphics put a card in

Cheers...please post your results.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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"frequency out of range"


WHEN STARTING WINDOWS PRESS F8 KEY AND START PC IN SAFE MODE.. THEN CHANGE DISPLAY MODE TO 800BY 600 RESOLUTION

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After turning on the computer (Apple CUBE MacOS 9.1) the vision of the monitor is normal but after a few seconds a screen with a window countdown will start automatically and reads "signal ing"...


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Can't get anything on my monitor but 'out of frequency range' But I can't get anything on the monitor to be able to get into the computer to reset the frequency. Help


Restart the computer. As soon as the bios start screen displays, start hitting F8, about once a second. You will eventually get the windows start menu. Use "Last known good..." or VGA mode. Last known good should do it. If not, VGA mode will allow you to get into windows and change your resolution settings, then reboot and get back to work.

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Error meassage keeps comming on when trying to program frequencys


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When i turn it on it says out of range and i have a black screen


Hi, The reason behind the out of range (frequency of monitor) because the video display adapter is trying to set resolution more than what the monitor (screen) is capable of. In this case, try to boot your computer in Safe Mode using F8 function key while starting your computer. Once you are in safe mode, try to decrease the resolution of monitor to the lowest resolution level and apply the settings. Now try to boot computer in normal mode once again, you will get the settings which you have applied in safe mode. Adjust the screen resolution accordingly till the settings work with the monitor (screen).
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I get a message, "Frequency out of range. Nothibng else. The menue and other buttons don't do anything. Nothing else shows. I swapped out the monitor and the new one works.


This problem arise when your computer AGP driver not adjust monitor frequency.you fix it restart your computer and run safe mode settings resolution area(must be choice less area)or select 1024X768 pixel monitor frequency 60Hz press apply set OK.restart your computer.Run again normal mode.May be fix your problem.

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"out of frequency range" message nothing works


Try booting to the ENABLE VGA mode off the F8 menu if you can get to the desktop and then you can go to display properties and see if you can reset the resolution to normal. If no go, try updating the video driver

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Monitor displays Msg. frequency out of range, screen is black


Start your computer and press the F8 when the manufacturer's logo screen is showing. This will bring you to the Windows startup menu. Pick "start in VGA mode" and windows will start up with video settings you monitor can handle. Then you can change your video settings so Windows will start normally with your monitor.

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