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"Input Signal Out of Range - Change settings to 1400 x 900 - 60Hz
Posted 16 July 2010 - 06:28 AM
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Posted 18 July 2010 - 08:48 AM
Where are these settings? I just can't seem to find them. That's the first of my problems. I am hoping once that is resolved the other problems will go away. It started with the screen that says "Windows - No Disk" exception processing message c0000013 parameters 75b6bf7c 4 75b6bf7c 75b6bf7c. Now the monitor turns on for about 30 seconds and then goes to sleep. I have to keep turning it on and off to try to see anything. Any help would be appreciated. I have log files but not sure if it is appropriate to post the log files here. Thanks, Roslyn
I found the solution myself at an additional helpful website:
Input signal out of range. Translation:
You will see this on an otherwise blank screen. Assuming that the data cable is plugged in correctly, the video card is feeding the monitor a signal stream in excess of what the monitor can accommodate. The two main causes for this are that the user has set either the resolution or the vertical frequency rate too high. For example, you might set a new graphics card to display at 1,280 x 1,024, but if the monitor is only capable of 1,024 x 768 resolution, youíll get a Sync Out of Range error. This is especially common in 14-inch monitors.
Because you obviously canít make settings changes from within regular Windows, youíll need to reboot into Windows Safe Mode. When you restart the system, there is a point during boot up when the system switches from reporting diagnostics and detected components to loading Windows. This point is usually accompanied by a beep and the screen going black. Just before this point, you want to start repeatedly pressing the F8 key. This should bring up a menu of Windows boot options. The one you want to pick is Safe Mode.
From Safe Mode right-click the Desktop and select Properties. Go to the Settings tab and use the slider to drop your resolution a notch or two. Reboot and let Windows try to go into Normal mode. If this still doesnít work, go back into Safe Mode and get to the Settings tab of Display Properties. Click the Advanced button, go to the Monitor tab, and check your refresh rate. The lowest advisable rate is usually 60Hz, although this works better for LCDs (liquid-crystal displays) than CRTs (cathode ray tubes). Apply the change and reboot.
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