About last week my hp computer after i have switched it on i was expecting it to boot to my desktop interface but rather input signal out of range was what appeared on my screen so i tried my system unit with another monitor and it was working after that i also tried my monitor with a different system unit and it also worked so after that i was a bit confused and i brought back my system unit and my computer together and connected them and it still gave me input signal out of range so i realized my hp keyboard was cordless and even thought it is not working but after i went to the system bois and had made some changes i became certain that it was working so i would be very glad if u can assist me solve this problem as soon as possible Thanks
Signal out of range. When i boot up the screen works during setup and then when it boots the tv prompts me that signal out of range.
Press F8 upon booting up
instead of choosing safe mode click ENABLE VGA
right click desktop, click properties,
click settings, set resolution to 1024 x 768
from there you will not see anymore the
Input Signal Out Of Range
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Re: Input Signal Out Of Range
Start your computer.
When the bios info page turns to black (as if about to start loading Windows) press F8 a few times.
A page will pop up with options to start Windows.
Choose Safe Mode then press Enter 2 times.
If you still get to the Windows Logo page then just hit the reset button and do it again.
Once in Windows, goto the Display Properties.
(right click on the desktop and select display properties)
A window will pop up.
The last tab at the top of that window is Properties, selct it.
You will see a slider on the left side in the window now open. Slide it back to 800x600 or 1024x768.
Click apply, then OK.
Close the box and restart the computer.
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First of all, boot your system without the monitor connected to it and when you feel that it's booted upto logon screen (or if you haven't assign password it'll directly logon to the desktop, power on the speaker to make sure you can know it's done) connect the monitor. If this isn't successful, please turn off the system and remove the cmos battery, leave it outside for few minutes and again reinstall it. Boot again normally. Still having the same problem? then let's try another method.
Did you see the bios loading (black screen with white text during startup) when you power on the system? If so, press F8 several times while it is booting and select "Safe Mode" and restore your system to previous state. Do let me know if this isn't possible.
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hi there, sure it is. either check if the video card has two output interfaces(VGA and HDMI) so use the white HDMI-otlet with a cable and your TV, else do get an VGA-to- HDMI adaptor and try connecting the VGA outlet and your TV-set.
reboot the computer and then press f10 this should get you a screen with a text line that says safe mode,with net or command scroll down to last settings that worked and try that ps. you really need to make a recovery disk. its that important.
I have been having the same problem with my hpvs17 monitor when i start to use my web browser on linux distros. Now, for the next few days i am going to try my system on a regular crt monitor. if the monitor does not crash, than i will have to say that the hpvs17 monitor has a defect.It seems that when i go online, while i am in the middle of searching something, the monitor just shuts off and i get "input signal out of range".
some how your screen resolution has changed above or below what your monitor can display. you need to boot your computer using another monitor that can work with the resolution your computer has switched to(i used a spare crt monitor when it happened to me) change your resolution in display properties to a normal level like 1027x768, and while the computer is on swap the monitor cables to verify the lcd is working.
It is perfectly safe to unplug the video cable and plug it back in while the computer is turnned on.
Some monitors have low resolution, that if it doesn't support that resolution then you'll expect an "input signal out of range" message on screen. try to boot on "safe mode" if it works then you have to lower your screen resolution at "display properties" if not then the monitor has a defective data cable. ;)
The video driver isn't set up correctly for the computer. You need to boot into safe mode - after powering on the computer, press the F8 key. You will be shown a menu. Choose Safe Mode with networking. The computer will boot using a very basic video driver. Right click on the screen and select properties. Click on the advance tab. Click on Driver => Advanced => Update driver. Once the driver has been updated. Go back to the drivers tab and click on mode. Select one of the modes. Close everything and restart your conmputer normally.