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Using Windows 7... When turning PC on the screen flashes "Out of Range" I have tried opening PC in Safe Mode and Video Mode but i still get the flashing sign "Out Of Range" I think i have to change the screen resolution but how can i do this if i cant see the screen? All comments welcome, thanks for your help x

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  • houpmin lass Jan 02, 2011

    Monitor Model MW19E-AAA

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It sounds like a hardware issue. Try hooking it up to another monitor(if available), it sounds like it need a new video card.

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  • houpmin lass Jan 02, 2011

    Thanks for your comment, how could this have happened? i get the normal start up screen but as soon as i select safe mode or video mode it goes into out of range? xx

  • Anthony Gallo Jan 02, 2011

    Well, It is possible, however unlikely, that you have a virus. You can try running restore CD's on it.

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