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Frequency out of range error on Philips S156 with windows 7

I have installed windows 7, It is booting up and i could see only boot screen that three windows balls would come up. There after monitor says "attention frequency out of range Horizonal:53 hz and vertical 70hz" and displays nothing. System is booted as i could hear sounds and also working when booted with other monitor that was used while installing.
Please resolve the issue.

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Install the inf-file that came with the monitor to tell Windows what signals it will accept. Then Windows won't send what it can't understand.

Kees

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Frequency out of range error on Philips S156 with windows 7

so. i should connect this machine to another monitor and install the inf file.
Then connect again to philips monitor?

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Something like that, yes.

But booting in Safe Mode with this monitor would work also, I think.

Kees

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