Sorry iam talking bout the display adapters which have the chipset family parallelly....i have problem regarding the desktop display...it is showing that "OUT OF FREQUENCY" range and the black screen appears.
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Keep pressing F8 during the system boot up and select "safe mode" and press enter ...
after you get into the safe mode then go to start menu>control panel > system> hardware tab
in this go to display adapters
there remove that graphics driver by right clicking after that reboot .....
if you still persist the same problem then get in to the safe mode again and then do the following
start menu>control panel> add and remove programs
there identify the graphics driver software which is installed and uninstall that one and then restart to normal mode ....
this will solve your problem after that you can install the graphics software again you faced this problem because you might have tried to apply the resolution which is not supported by your monitor or by your motherboard ... so you got out of frequency error message & you couldnt able to c any thing on screen but you can hearing the sound of the system getting in to windows .. ...
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Windows 7 should automatically install device drivers for the Audio, Video and Network, If you are unable to find/download a device driver that works on your computer and your computer is connected to the Internet then - 1. Remove the driver that isn't working if it was installed. 2. Set Win-7 "Windows Device Installation" to 'AUTO' 3. Windows will automatically search the internet for the driver. 4. Reboot your computer.
In Windows (since it's a laptop I'll assume you're running Windows XP)
right-click on the desktop, select properties, and go to the settings tab.
Click on the display with the 2 in it, then set the resolution to 1280*1024.
If that doesn't work, you should check wether the desktop is extended to that display, or cloned on it. It should be set to the first.
by the way, in safe mode the resolution is always set to 800*600.
This should fix the problem!
If it doesn't, just post what happened here.
Try starting up the computer in VGA mode. Turn on the power, before the windows logo comes up tap on F8 a few times to get the advanced start up options on your screen. Select VGA mode from the list and press enter.
If you can't do this, try another display start up in vga mode and then swap the display back.
I assume your talking about a computer display and your having a problem with your computer.
I found the solution for my problem. Initially I thought it's a monitor problem and was trying to find the drivers for it. The problems is not with my monitor but with the video adapter I use.
My video adapter has a intel chipset (Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family). Apparently the driver that I was using was quite old.
The only thing I had to do is: 1. Download the latest video adapter driver 2. Uninstall the current video adapter driver 3. Restart the system (Windows XP) 4. Install the new driver. 5. Restart the system.
The problem seems to be with the monitor.When there is no Display,if you power-off and on again do you get a Benq Startup screen?If not the problem should be dry solder on the Invertor board.Try tapping screen lightly,if it comes on the problem is dry solder on Invertor board.
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I bet you mean it has rotated. I have seen this before. The computer I did this on, while holding down the "Ctrl" and "Alt" keys you press one of the arrow keys to rotate the screen. Depending on the arrow key, determines how much rotation you want.
This might not be the solution you want. You did not provide enough information about your display adapter. It is the display adapter software that does this. You will need to go to your display adapter software to key the correct key bindings. I am not talking about the "desktop display settings". If you have an nvidia graphics card then it will be the nvidia graphics adapter software that you installed. Not the driver, but the software that allows you to tweak your graphics adapter.
My advise, use that software to rotate your screen to the correct orientation, then disable those key bindings.
the only way you may get it to work is if you use the monitor a secondary device and also use the notebook monitor as well.
But the problem may also be the vga connector converting the signal, as you may have to have a DVI connection on your monitor to obtain widescreen resolutions.
Sounds like your video adapter settings have been wedged. If you are running Windows XP Service Pack 2, you can use the following steps.
1) Boot the laptop into safe mode. Boot into safe mode with networking support if possible. This can be done by tapping the F8 key as the computer first turns on.
2) Once you are at the Desktop, right click on My Computer and select Manage.
3) In the window that appears, select Device Manager from the menu on the left.
4) Find Display Adapters on the right and click the plus sign. This will list the video adapter that you have.
NOTE: WRITE this down EXACTLY. You may need to go and get drivers for this. Seeing this is an older model, I doubt you'll need it, but better to be safe then sorry.
5) Go to your manufacturers support web site and download these drivers. You may not need them, but better to be safe then sorry.
NOTE: Skip step 5 if you did not boot with network support or cannot get to the Internet. This can be done from normal mode.
6) Right click on the display adpater and choose un-install. Hit OK on the window that appears and reboot the machine when the process is done.
7) The machine will take longer than usual to boot, as Windows XP is re-discovering the video adapter and resetting everything to the defaults. When it is done booting, the screen may look weird since the settings are now the defaults. You can the set them to what you want by right clicking on the desktop and selecting properties. Then go to the settings tab.
8) IF it did not re-discover the video adapter (this can be confirmed through the device manager), then go ahead and install the drivers. Windows Update will most likely also have the drivers.