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Switching User problem

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#1 BinKey


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Posted 25 March 2005 - 08:30 AM


We are running XP Pro and recently a yellow window will come up when I try to switch users. It says "Attention Signal Frequency is out of Range"
"Please change signal timing"

And then the computer locks up.

What the heck do I do about that??

Thanks for any help,

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#2 Leurgy


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Posted 25 March 2005 - 09:03 AM

Thats a problem with your video adapter and it could be because the user you are trying to change to has set the video settings outside the range of the software or your monitor. Try rebooting in Safe Mode and changing the video settings for that user. If you suspect a game may have made those settings then uninstall that game. Failing that you may need to uninstall the drivers for your video adapter and then reinstall them again.

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