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Ah, I just tried installing new graphics drivers, and a prompt told me my computer was up-to-date. Weird. General Hardware Oct 9, 2011 (Cyberpowerpc.com) does " Extra Case Fan Option " replace or add to default case fans General Hardware Mar 31, 2011 Your name or email address: Do Stay logged in Sign up now! weblink

Thanks again, RF Adv Reply December 3rd, 2011 #9 fantab View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date Apr 2011 Location 3rd Rock from Use one group or the other but not both. kaddy69Click to expand... There have been numerous threads reporting this and not just on Ubuntu...

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Optimun resultion 1280x1024". frivvy89, Nov 2, 2008 #10 aduel New Member I already knew it! After pulling my hair out, I replaced the old screen with a newer LG wide screen monitor ..and it and Ubuntu-11 work fine. I had to go in to windows and change the resolution to 1280x1024 on my CRT, and then plug the LCD in.

Use that to see if you can eliminate some components as the failure. rcgldr, Jan 17, 2012 Jan 17, 2012 #7 vanmaiden Re: Replacing Monitors - "Cannot display video mode" rcgldr said: ↑ Monitor "drivers" aren't really drivers, they're information files used by your This occurs when Windows is loading. Cannot Display This Video Mode Fix i got the pc working again right before my mom came home so my butt was saved thanks again Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - resolution setting by

Xenforo skin by Xenfocus Contact Us Help Imprint Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2014 XenForo Ltd. With luck, the rest of the recipe looks straightforward. kaddy69 #3 kaddy69, Jan 18, 2005 Matthias99 Diamond Member Joined: Oct 7, 2003 Messages: 8,808 Likes Received: 0 Originally posted by: kaddy69 Originally posted by: Matthias99 Yes; some video cards how the hell do i fix it?

The display settings I normally use for the Compaq FS7600 monitor are 1024x768 pixels at 85 Hertz with 32-bit color, but I can get these settings down to at least 640x480 Cannot Display This Video Mode Windows Xp That does suck. #13 Matthias99, Jan 18, 2005 kaddy69 Member Joined: Oct 12, 2004 Messages: 51 Likes Received: 0 I just did a fresh install of XP, not because of Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? The green light comes on but no voice or sound Thank you Maxine Kelly Reply Link Heather October 4, 2011, 12:43 pmThanks Ralph!

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  • What I do see: motherboard screen: Press F8..Purple screenBlack screenPurple screen with UBUNTU-11.10 in what appears to be 1280x1024 resolution with some while text underneath, the last of which is "Checking
  • I was only able to follow them so far because I am do not know the label for my PC's VGA output.
  • No problems. (Right-click the desktop, Properties/Settings/Advanced/Monitor/Screen Refresh Rate) Hope it helps sombody.

Cannot Display This Video Mode Optimum Resolution 1280x1024 60hz

I'm using the default resolution 1280x1024 60hz. How could i fix it? Cannot Display This Video Mode Dell Monitor Did you try the other connector on the video card? Cannot Display This Video Mode Windows 7 You stated that you're running 1024x768 @85hz, which is already a higher resolution than that.

I don't think it's the monitor. have a peek at these guys oem: ATI ATOMBIOS vendor: (C) 1988-2005, ATI Technologies Inc. If it doesn't then I am afraid you either have to wait for a solution or re-install. Not so: Code: ~# xrandr --addmode VGA-0 "1280x1024_60.00" xrandr: cannot find output "VGA-0" ~# The unexpected good news is my UbuntuPC now boots with my old 1280 x 1024 monitor. Cannot Display This Video Mode Windows 10

Maybe it's only displaying on the primary (which may be the DVI-I port) during bootup. Unless you need to change your boot order to boot from CD? View them here! check over here If the ratio is 16 x 10, try 1280x800 60hz 32 bit color.

Just be very very careful to not possibly break anything while swapping and carrying so that you don't compound the problem. Cannot Display This Video Mode Windows 8 Run the following commands in the terminal. It might rule out a monitor or cable problem. 256bits, Jan 18, 2012 Jan 18, 2012 #15 vanmaiden Re: Replacing Monitors - "Cannot display video mode" 256bits said: ↑ Did

Thanks again, RF Adv Reply December 1st, 2011 #6 burnsmicro View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2011 Beans 31 Re: boot-up: Cannot

Did you try putting your computer in safe mode on startup to see if you get anything on the Dell display? This is only temporary. The time now is 02:41 AM. Cannot Display This Video Mode Optimum Resolution 1280x1024 60hz Windows 7 You're stating you get no image at all, just an error message?

Type your root password in the dialog box presented and hit enter. the menu button on the monitor is non-functional. The script should start... this content I had downloaded the FC5 Rescue CD from Red Hat so I booted it and went into Rescue Mode.

When I turn on my computer it says Audio - Imput detect. Here is the blow-by-blow description, using the wide screen, which is the only screen that will boot: Code: ~$ sudo ddcprobe vbe: VESA 3.0 detected. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Why didn't I think of booting up with the LiveCD to get the DB15 video output label?

turbo, Jan 16, 2012 Jan 16, 2012 #4 vanmaiden Re: Replacing Monitors - "Cannot display video mode" rcgldr said: ↑ Try 1280x720 60hz, with 32 bit color. Similar Threads - Default DISPLAY VIDEO Forum Date Mini PC with dual 4K displays General Hardware Tuesday at 8:00 AM Poor picture scaling with default Vista picture viewer General Hardware Nov Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... I had this issue with Mint and PinguyOS too, they are based on Ubuntu.

HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!! Add following to the document and save it: Code: #! /usr/bin/env sh xrandr --newmode "1920x1080_59.90" 172.51 1920 2040 2248 2576 1080 1081 1084 1118 -HSync +Vsync xrandr --addmode HDMI2 "1920x1080_59.90" xrandr Scroll down to the "Monitor" section. Was it a spontaneous display of good will?

A window will appear with lots of option. MISTAKE!! Today, after updating to get Thunderbird 8 (TB-7 was buggy with Ubuntu-11.10), I shut down my PC. Of course, they say nothing they did would have any effect on the computer.

Today, after updating to get Thunderbird 8 (TB-7 was buggy with Ubuntu-11.10), I shut down my PC. Weird. I appreciate it. - HD Reply Link allan February 19, 2012, 3:49 amCan you let me know how and what you did to fix the problem. In that case, the video card must be displaying some weird resolution/refresh rate combination during bootup that your LCD monitor does not want to display.

I have everything connected right.