Every time I sign on I get a pop-up saying Input signal is wrong & I need to set it to 1600x900 60h
The operating system is detecting that the video resolution is incorrect for the monitor attached to the device. It is recommending that you change it to 1600x900 at 60Hz. This may not be what you want. As long as the resolution and refresh rate are within the limits of the monitor, you can set it at any value that you wish. Of course, anything less than optimal may degrade picture quality and can cause distorted images. If you have the correct settings, then what may be the problem is that your OS may not be seeing the correct monitor or you may have a corrupted video driver. To change the resolution and refresh rate in Windows XP is easy. Anywhere on the background of the desktop, simply right click. Select the "properties" option. On the Display Properties window, select the "Settings" tab. Then click the "Advanced" button in the lower right corner of the settings page. Next select the "adapter" tab. O the next page, click the "List all Modes" button near the bottom. Scroll down the list to select 1600x900, True Color (32 bit), 60 Hertz, then click OK. When that page closes, click APPLY on the Adapter page. The screen will update. If the screen goes blank or unreadable, don't worry, there is a 15-second time-out and the previous resolution will return. If the screen updates correctly and you are satisfied with the results, click the Yes button on the popup before the selection times out.
Oct 26, 2015 |
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition