Question about Computers & Internet
Turn the computer off.
Turn the computer on, and keep tapping the F8 key.
When the "Windows Startup" menu (white text over black background) appears,
choose "start in VGA mode".
When Windows starts, reset the display-adapter to a resolution, e.g., 800-by-600-by-60-Hertz, that your monitor DOES support. Then, try different, higher-resolution settings.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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