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LCD problems... Can you help me?

Hello, I have a Samsung 710N lcd display and I have a problems with changing screen resolution on it... I changed once resolution to 1280x1024x75Hz and then my problems started. A message appeared on my screen that says : Not optimal resolution 1280x1024x60Hz Then I restarted my PC and I saw same message on black background. I waited for a few hours and try again, then I got a picture, so I could see my desktop wallpaper. I left PC to work few minutes IDLE and when I got back the same message appeared. So I reinstall my operating system and install XP sp2. Everything seems to be right, but resolution was DEFAULT (800x600x60Hz) so I wanted to change it before installing monitor drivers, and then I got the same message. I was sending monitor to service,and they say that all electronical devices function properly and there is maybe monitor's driver wrong. All ideas are welcome... Forwardly greatful, icer

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    same resolution problem

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Anonymous

I have samsung synemaster 710N, i have problem of setting resolution to its max mode i.e 1280x1024 60hz , its gives an display not optimised mode.

Posted on May 09, 2008

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I already made an investgation about it, seem s that the main board of the lcd "pass away", so it only works few minutes before shut down the screen and show us the famous warning.
The only solution is to change the circuit board, not the power board for the lcd. definetly is NOT a PC failure

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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I've got also the same problem. I bought the monitor less than two years ago and I started having problems last week.

Samsung here in Argentina offers 3 year warranty. If I find the purchase ticket I will be able to use the warranty if not I will just have to use it in 1024x768.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

Anonymous

My 710N has had the same problem, the serviceman said that it's a hardware failure and after 3 weeks, they returned another one to me because they didn't have replacement parts (IC). But recently, the problem come back, I have to put it to my shed :(

Posted on Apr 05, 2007

Anonymous

There is no problem in ur l.c.d. panel. first u go in control panel of computer and remove the first monitor from add remove and add the new monitor device as a plug and play monitor and then set the resolution than problem will b solved

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

Anonymous

It has nothing to do with your computer, if you put the monitor on a different computer it will do the same thing. the message comes directly from the monitor itself. you have to keep your screen resolution at 1280 x 1024

Posted on Mar 24, 2007

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