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Monitor black outs,displays set optimum resolution

Monitor blacks out about 20-30 minutes after turning on.inspite of setting resolution and frequency the problem persists.

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Sounds like a setting problem in the power options, go to Start>Control Panel>power Options, then ensure your monitor stand by time is set to never.

Posted on Nov 09, 2006

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I set the resolution far too high by mistake on my Gateway FPD1960 TFT LCD monitor. Not the screen shows "Frequency out of range". The side controls on the monitor do not respond. Please help,if you can.


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Firstly try turning everything off and disconnecting from the mains. Leave for a few minutes and then turn them back on again. This should set the monitor back to default setting, and also the computer.
If this doesn't work, try connecting the computer to a different monitor and using the "display properties" to set the display card to a resolution that you know the Gateway monitor will accept eg probably 1024 x 768. Then reconnect the computer to the Gateway monitor. This should work as the computer usually sets the monitor resolution.
If this doesn't work the only other option I can think of is to use the buttons on the monitor to get into the onscreen menu, which should be resolution independent and using the menu to change the resolution.
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This is one of the serious problem that arises because if you set your monitor with a high resolution with high frequency, then the monitor doesn't display anything as it's frequency is out of the rang or limit of the monitor's actual resolution capacity. Each monitor will have a limit of max frequency that is said to be the Refresh rate (for each and every resolution setting the display is refreshed.) When high resolution is set with high frequency that is not supported by the monitor, it then display a message like "frequency out of range". If you press ESC key within the few seconds of this setting, it will revert back to its initial resolution. But if you continued with the setting of same High resolution with High frequency, the monitor is not going to display anything because its frequency is out of the range. Most of old monitors like CRT's etc doesn't support 1024×768 at a refresh rate greater than 60Hz.

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Input Not Support


This means, that your operating system is not set to the recommended resolution of your monitor. Your monitor has a "fixed" resolution where the image will look best. You can change the solution in Windows XP if you right-click on a free space of your desktop, then choose "Properties". In the new window, that comes up, select the rightmost tab. There you can use the slider to adjust your resolution. Just try some different resolutions until the message disappears. If you use Windows Vista oder Windows 7 you can access the resolution windows by right-cliking on your desktop and selecting "Screen resolution".

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Frequency out of range


the monitors resolution range is only to 1280X740 or 780
and your video card may also need an upgrade.
The game may require a higher resolution that is not compatible with the the devices mentioned.

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Have blank screen with box in middle Analog out of range 62.9kHz / 120Hz


whatever you are trying to attach to the tv is set to the wrong frequency. If it is a computer you need to change the video settings by attaching a known working monitor and selecting another resolution. You will have to keep trying if the new resolution doesnt work. trial and error is your only option here. it will work when you have a system that displays within that frequency and in a supported resolution.

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If you are getting a splash screen (COMPAQ) then video goes black, you can try this. Boot system in Enable VGA mode from the F8 menu and see if you get to the desktop. If you do, you can then go to display properties and adjust the resolution to the Optimal for the monitor.
If you do not get a splash screen, check you cable connections and ensure the Video cable is properly seated and no bent pins. If issue is occurring after the system was moved, also ensure that the correct video adapter connection is being used on the tower, as there may be 2

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Please reduce the resolution/ Frequency of your Display Card in system and see whether you can see some thing. Else connect this monitor to another system with low resolution. Let me know your feedback.

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OK you need to try this monitor on another pc so as to write off a faulty graphics card. If your settings on monitor match the pc and youve tried the auto settings button, there is a faulty lcd for replacement.

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