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    Default monitor difficulties

    friends dell sp2309w was brought seperately from her pc and now the pc keeps crashing after a while.

    it is telling me to change import timing on the monitor but i cant find where i should go to do this.

    the propeties on the monitor dont give any options.

    i have changed all the settings i can find back to factory default.

    ideas?
    Let it be

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    Unknown Device wratterus's Avatar
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    You sure it's the monitor causing the trouble not the PC?
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    no i am not sure of anything..just that was a notice i got after it crashed
    Let it be

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    Unlikely to be the monitor. Troubleshoot the PC
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    The PC is probably running the monitor out of resolution....but that wont cause system crashes..
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    Default Re: monitor difficulties

    dont really know where to start.
    seems to run fine for quite a while (hours)

    all drivers are up to date.

    no virus,trojans etc.

    running win7 if that means anything.

    must of just installed windows drivers cos there isnt a dell monitor control set up anywhere.
    Let it be

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    Is the back of the PC hot when it crashes?
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    solmiester; No





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    still getting this message

    'the current input timing is not supported by the monitor display
    please change your input timing to 2048 x 1152 @60 Hz or any other
    monitor listed timing as per the monitor specifications,'
    Let it be

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    Default Re: monitor difficulties

    i am so over this pc... i have spent so much time on it and still got nothing happening.
    have decided to just wipe win7 and run xp pro on it.

    but here we go...

    it wont load the xp install cd..

    yes i have changed the boot sequence.

    it has at present one partition with win 7 on it...

    i didnt want to have to make new partitions or anything just wanted a straight swap back to xp

    by the way this is a new pc with all installled by seller programs
    Let it be

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