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I have problem in my lg lcd monitor when start computer windows loading then il say out of range 53.5Hz/85Hz. i don't know how to solve that problem.

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Sounds like the resolution is set to high which is why that message would come up. When you turn on your computer, keep pressing the F8 button. It will bring you to a menu. Choose "Safe Mode" and press enter. When you get into windows go into the display settings in the control panel. Then go ahead and set the resolution to 640X480. After you do that go ahead and restart the computer and let it boot up normally. That message should go away and once you get back into windows you'll have icons that look bigger then normal. At that point change the resolution to 800X600, if it takes that then try 1024X768 if you want to.

If after you are in safe mode and change the resolution and that error message comes up then you'll need to download the video drivers for your computer and reinstall them.

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I have a LG Flatron EW224 computer monitor. It was working great but one day the screen went blank and reads in the center of screen: D-Sub out of range 68.5Khz/85Hz. Does anyone know how to correct this...


This is usually due to your computer Video resolution being set to a setting out of the supported range of your monitor, Lowering the computer video resolution should solve this issue.

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Dual monitor setup


Wow, I can't believe the solutions here.

The 85Hz monitor will still work at 60Hz. You don't have to use it at 85Hz. The difference between 85Hz and 60Hz is minimal. So, it will not make any difference which one you use for the primary monitor. However, Windows should configure it correctly for you.

My recommendation is that you use the monitor with the best resolution for your primary monitor (1920 x 1080 or 1080p) and use the lower res monitor for your secondary monitor. However, if you are a gamer, you might want to consider that you will likely get slower frame rates if you use the higher resolution monitor for gaming.

Connecting: You need two video connectors on your computer. They will most likely be one of the following three: VGA (also known as DSub), DVI or HDMI. Some computers will have all three, and some will have only one.

If you have only one: If it's a laptop, you'll have to get a USB to video adapter that matches your monitor connector. This is not the best way to connect a monitor and personally I wouldn't bother.

If it's a desktop, you need to purchase a video card with more than one monitor connector. Almost all cards have this now, so they are available anywhere from about $50 to over $500 depending on how much you want to spend.

If your computer has two monitor ports, just plug them in. If both monitor cables are the same, you may need an adapter. For example, if both monitors only have a VGA connector, you will need to get hold of a VGA to DVI adapter so you can plug both monitors into your computer. If you're unsure of what connector is cal what, just Google it and you should see some pictures. Eg: Google VGA connector picture, or DVI connector picture.

Once you have them plugged into your computer, if you're running Windows 7 it should automatically detect the monitors and display the correct images. You can right click anywhere on the desktop, and select "resolution", then see pictures of both monitors. From here you can change which monitor is the primary.

You can enable or disable the monitors by using [Windows Key] P.

If you are using Windows XP, right click on the desktop, select the rightmost tab, right click on the picture of the extra monitor and enable it, and them set it to the correct resolution using the slider if it's not already set correctly. Check the box to extend your desktop onto this monitor. Drag it to the side of your primary monitor you want it on and click on "Apply". The monitor should power up (if you have turned it on) and display an extension of your desktop.

If you're confused, try joining an enthusiast site like ocn (overclock.net) and asking for help in one of the threads. I am a member there and you can PM me as Mergatroid.

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Out of range 68.6khz/ 85hz


At 85 hz refresh rate can damage you monitor, most LCD monitor are not recommended to go higher than 75Hz. You should set you PC video resolution to the native resolution of the monitor:
1280 x 1024 @60Hz.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r4873371-fixing_out_range_format_not_supported

Basic LCD monitor and TV troubleshooting guide:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r6150077-basic_lcd_monitors_troubleshooting
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5093881-lcd_flat_panel_tv_troubleshooting_guide
http://www.fixya.com/support/r7406380-tv_training_manuals
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Learn about bad caps: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

Capacitors kit: http://lcdalternatives.auctivacommerce.com/ he can make you a set of caps for you.

Or www.digikey.com just make sure to use caps with low ESR, 105c, high ripple current, long life rating such as PANASONIC FM or FC series.

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Moved my LG LCD monitor to my home office but do not have any manual. My screen is all black with a blue box with the message Analog out of range 53.6kHz/85Hz I have loaded the users guide and it...


you need to plug in a different screen and change your video card settings to: screen refresh rate: around 60hertz if your running XP right click on the desktop and click properties>settings tab>advanced settings>monitor tab> and there will be a drop down of options... set it to 60 hertz then you can plug your other monitor in and it should work! good luck

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I get (D-sub out of range 53.6 k hz / 85 h z) how do I fix this?


this is a how to video on how to fix the video out of range error.

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I have upto now been using my lg Flatron L1919S monitor as a tv with a separate tuner. Today i replaced it with an lcd tv and was going to use the monitor for my computer. However when i connected it up...


It means your PC video resolution is too high for the monitor to display, you need to set your PC video to the native resolution of this monitor, 1280 x 1024 @60Hz.
Start up in sfae mode (hit f8 while booting up), select VGA support, then right click on desk top/properties to bring up display property/setting. set the new resolution , reboot.

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I have upto now been using my LG Flatron L1919S monitor as a tv with a separate tuner. today i replaced it with an LCD tv and was going to use the monitor for my computer. however when i connected it up...


It means your PC video output resolution is too high for the LG monitor to display (your old monitor (CRT) can handle higher resolution than this LG LCD monitor), you need to set the PC video resolution to native resolutionof this monitor which is 1280 x 1024 @60Hz. You may have to use the old monitor (CRT) to set the resolution to 1280 x 1024@60Hz, then hook up the LCD monitor.

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New out of the box lg monitor and upon plug in I get this message on a black screen "Analog out of Range 53.5kHz/85Hz"


Bring it back. The tuner is off. Unless you are using high def and hdmi cords. Otherwise, anything analog or coaxil may not show up on tv.

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Range Warning


first, 68.5 khz -85hz means horizontal raster frequency of source signal is at 68.5 kilohertz and repeats vertically at 85 hertz. (hertz means "cycles per second). the sony monitor cannot "read" the signal being sent from the pc. change the screen resolution to a lower number like 75 or 70 hertz vertical.

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