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Look up your monitor and your computer.
Your monitor maxes out at 75 Hertz
Your computer video card should be adjustable, but was unable to confirm, so try this:
Inside of settings "advanced"
Set it to 75 Hertz
The power supply is shot, sadly, and you'll need to replace it. It's inside the cover and you should be able to find one on eBay. I have one, which is doing the same thing. It's not the connection, drivers or updates. Not the Hertz (refresh rate) or Resolution either. Hertz too high will give an "Out of Sync/Range" (either/or) box in the middle. Same place you'd see "No Signal" if the cable was disconnected.
When you load the splash screen of Diablo enter into settings. Make sure you have the game set to the screen resolution you want.
For the system. Open display properties. Click Settings, click Advanced, click Monitor. (Most games require 60 hertz) to run correctly. Change your monitor to 60 hertz. Than click the Adapter tab. Click list all modes. Move the slide bar to your normal screen res with 60 hertz. Click ok at every screen as you back out od display properties. That should stop your game from popping up.
Most commonly, this problem is caused by an incorrect refresh rate setting. LCD monitors typically DO NOT support refresh rates higher than 60hz - and this is no exception. Try running the game in "safe mode" if it has one. Adjusting the in-game video settings should solve the problem, just look for a screen refresh rate or any video-related setting with a number followed by "hz". Set it to 60, everything should be fine.
It could also be that at some point the game changes resolution (this frequently occurs if there is an in-game movie or cut-scene). In this case the resolution settings for the in-game movie might be at fault, check them if you can.
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.