I got windows 7 premium today and i am getting an error message saying out of range on the monitor.?
Question: Is there any way i can fix this problem so i can get to the screen where i can update the drivers. THe screen is totally blank.
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You should scan your computer to find if there are missing, outdated, or corrupted drivers.Outdated hardware drivers can cause a lot of errors and even crash your computer and the infamous "blue screen of death"and even fail to start Windows. This can be a very serious problem and your computer might even fail to start Windows. Drivers are vital to a computer system. Without the right drivers, it is going to be impossible to make any device run. However, you don’t need just drivers.Outdated drivers may interfere with newer software. If you are fond of installing the latest and fastest programs over the internet and yet you continue to use old drivers, you are putting your whole system at jeopardy. You need new and current drivers to make sure that your system would work as designed.The most serious problems that they encounter as they use their computer may be resolved by a simple driver update. The best way to update all of your drivers is to use driver updating software. I should like to commend Driver Robot http://make-a-computer-run-better.com/drive-update.html to you.
Push F8 continuously when you start up computer. And when it's boot perfect, right click on desktop choose properties --> tab "Setting" & change resolution for monitor. Often: 800*600 for 14" monitor 1024*768 for 17" monitor You can change resolution in normal mode only, it can not in safe mode 'cos Windows won't load drivers in this options.
Your monitor cannot support the Win desktop resolution. Try to lower the resolutions or change to a newer monitor.
Your MCE decoder may have been corrupted. Run the checkup utility from the link below. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...
You'll need to borrow a better monitor (or bring your computer to someone who has a better monitor) so that you can see what you're doing and reduce your screen resolution.
Let the computer start in safe mode. You will have to fix any problems in safe mode before you'll be able to run in normal mode. First, I'd run scandisk just to ensure that there aren't problems with the file structure (probably not, but that is where I start when I've had problems). Next (now mind you, I'm running Win98 SE so I'm not exactly sure where you'll find the program to scan for corrupted files - so you'll need to use the help function), assuming it is similar to 98, click on "start", then "help", then type in "file" and look for an entry (there will be a fair number of them, perhaps a couple dozen) which states "scan for damaged or corrupted files". Follow the instructions (which will have you activate a program that scans your files to see if it can find damage). If it finds a problem, it will either fix it from a cabinet file or prompt you to put the appropriate CD in and it will restore it from there. If either of these steps state that they fixed problems, try rebooting the computer and see if it will start up in normal mode. If both of these steps show no problems, you can try restoring from a previous point (undoing the last system restore or pick an earlier point) and rebooting and see if that will let the system start normally. My bet is that you'll find a corrupted file in the second step I mentioned. Best of luck; my fingers are crossed .... :) Best regards, Jim
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