This looks like a monitor problem, as the refreshing rate is set to high. Please try boot your PC in safe mode and then change the refreshing rate for lower that the monitor currently has. To get to those setting you wll need right klick your mouse on emtpy space on the desktop -> choose the last tab-> press btutton "advanced". To start PC in safe mode power on / restart computer
As soon as the BIOS has finished loading, begin tapping the F8 key
on your keyboard. Continue to do so until the Windows Advanced Options
menu appears. If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers
display a "keyboard error" message. To resolve this, restart the
computer and try again.
Using the arrow keys on the keyboard, scroll to and select the Safe mode menu item, and then press Enter.
This not necceserly need to be F8 key, depend on Operatin System verion and the PC itself it also can be DEL or CTRL key.
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Very likely the spark module. All four are supposed to click when one is turned on, however they are supposed to stop when the burner ignites. Replace the module and test. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists
start your computer in safe mode. Here's how to do it.
computer is running, shut down Windows, and then turn off the power
seconds, and then turn the computer on.
tapping the F8 key. The Windows Advanced Options Menu appears. If you
begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a "keyboard
error" message. To resolve this, restart the computer and try again.
that the Safe mode option is selected.
Enter. The computer then begins to start in Safe mode.
once the computer is in safe mode, click on start > run and type desk.cpl. go to settings and then screen resolution. drag the slider to the left for the lowest setting. then press apply then ok. and restart your PC.
Try booting to the ENABLE VGA mode off the F8 menu
if you can get to the desktop and then you can go to display properties and see if you can reset the resolution to normal. If no go, try updating the video driver
Try to set the monitor refresh rate to Adapter Default despite of Optimal or lower rate of refresh. For this first download the manual of your monitor and check what is the highest refresh rate your monitor can suport. Then goto the display properties and set the adapter refresh rate to Adapter Default. In most cases such problem is solved. You did not mentioned the OS. This method is applicable in Windows only. ([email protected])
It needs to configure in the Display with right resolution and Frequency to avoid this problem. The Video card is the source of the problem. It has a limited setting. When the setting out of bound, it causes this problem. Try to connect it to another computer or a laptop. If it is OK then there is a problem with your Video card. Good luck.
When you are booting the PC as soon as you see your Computer Make's logo disapear, start hitting the F8 key, this should bring you to the boot selection screen, select Safe Mode, change your resolution in there. Reboot.
Start your computer and press the F8 when the manufacturer's logo screen is showing. This will bring you to the Windows startup menu. Pick "start in VGA mode" and windows will start up with video settings you monitor can handle. Then you can change your video settings so Windows will start normally with your monitor.