Question about Samsung Televison & Video
What you are seeing is the monior test and adjust features. If your old monitor worked then the computer is not at fault. Try this: Boot up your computer and while doing so continually press the f8 key, ever second or so, don't hold it down, just keep pressing it. eventually (if the monitor works) a screen will pop up (assuming windows operating system). when and if you see this screen choose the option "start windows in SAFE mode" if this works just wait till it boots up. After it boots up and tells you its in safe mode, right click somewhere on the screen and choose either "screen resolution: (if windows 7) or "settings if windows XP. change the screen resoltion to the lower choice 800 X 600 Or somethign close to this. Now reboot again in normal mode. if the monitor now works you can go through the process again to set the resoltuion higher, 1280 by ? or something. let me know if it works.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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