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You will have then to open Device Manager, remove the display adapter driver, then reboot the computer. Once Windows starts up again after the reboot, it will detect there was a hardware change due to removal of display adapter driver, & will ask for the driver's CD to install it from. Once this is done, everything will be back to normal.
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!
It is because your Windows monitor settings are OUT OF RANGE if you can boot into Windows normaly just rite click on the desktop, chose properties, than settings tab (if it's XP), go to advance, than monitor, look for frequency refresh rate, change to 60Hz, than save, than reboot
if you can't boot into Windows, try booting in SAFE MODE by pressing (F8) key at statup than do the above starting at -- rite click on the desktop, chose properties... Cheers!
some games need high resolution. Monitor resolution not supporting for this game.
Powersaver mode showing when the main PCB of the monitor failed. check this link to get the service center info http://www.lgservice.com/
Right click on your desktop>Properties, then click on Screen saver tab, then at botton of the box you should see 'Monitor Power'.
Click on 'Power' then Power schemes tab.
Look at 'Turn off monitor' and set to 'Never'
Try starting your computer in VGA mode (one of the options available from the menu you get if you keep tapping F8 as the computer starts up). In this mode the monitor should work well enough to get to the right resolution. Go to the display settings dialog (right click background and choose Properties, then the Settings tab), and pick the native resolution for your monitor (1280 x1024). Might be worth checking the refresh rate is ok as well before switching to the new resolution (press the Advanced button and the Monitor tab to check this).