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hi im from iran i have a monitor samsung sa300 18.5" that one of ics burn and i cant read his number its 8 pin and is up of the data port input. two crakter that begin by it , is at **22 please help me
What happen when you hook this monitor up to other PC that has the video setting 1280 X 1024 60 Hz? Just ant to narrow down the problem before opening up the monitor. You may have logic problem in the logic board. If it does the same with other PC, then open it up and inpsect the inside for such thing as failed caps on the logic board or on the main power supply board, I think more likely to be ROM chip on the logic board is scrambled.
See typical failed monitors: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
It appears your display adapter is set to a different refresh frequency or resolution,
either accidentally or due to some power glitch.
If you cannot set the resolution because this message is preventing you from getting to the
display settings window, try rebooting your PC in Safe Mode. It'll take a while longer
than usual, but when you're finally running, try setting your display adapter to the
1280x1024 60Hz settings. This is available under "Advanced->Adapter->List all modes".
To reboot in safe mode, try pressing the PF8 keys repeatedly after the POST messages
disappear just after turning the power on. This only works if this key is enabled to
operate from the BIOS settings.
To get to the BIOS setup, Look at the first messages displayed on your screen indicating what key to press. It's usually the Delete or PF2 key, but different BIOS manufacturers use different keys.
Once inside the BIOS setup, find the way to enable the PF8, PF9, PF10, keys. Save your
settings and reboot.
Now you may try PF8 again to go to Safe Mode.
I tried both suggestions above and neither worked. 1) Hitting the monitor buttons as stated only got me a "digital" message and then the monitor went black as usual. Never got to any menu options. 2) Going into Safe Mode and changing the monitor settings or downloading/installing the correct driver didn't stick once you went back to the normal startup.
I didn't have another monitor handy to swap out so I had to be a little more creative. The only solution that worked for me is re-booting (F8 during startup) into the mode "Enable VGA Mode". This allowed me to go into the normal desktop with a screen resolution of 800x600. I went online, found the driver, downloaded it to the desktop. Deleted the video driver (Device Manager), installed the downloaded version, rebooted and....no problems.
I have Windows XP. Hope I've helped someone today. :)
in windows display you need to set the display refresh rate to 60. you will find it "right click on desk top, select properties, select settings, the select advanced, selects monitor and change the refresh rate to 60 hz
change windows resolution and refresh rate to 1024 X768 and 60 Hz. start->control panel->display->settings-> change the screen resolution to 1024 by 768 pixels-> advanced-> monitor->change refresh rate to 60 Hz-> ok-> yes -> ok.