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I NEED HELP

I don’t know what to do, my Dell monitor is saying that, “The current input timing is not supported by the monitor display. Please change your input timing to 1920*1080,60Hz or any other monitor listed timing as per the monitor specifications.” After seeing this, I attempted to change the display settings but I can’t get off of the black screen that says that now.

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Which OS?

Google like this: Windows (insert version here) SAFE MODE.

Get to safe mode and set it to that or something close. Test.

Then reboot and see if it works. You are very light on details such as how this happened and what PC this is.

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Uninstall graphic driver and monitor driver

1. Try to plug out all the monitor cables including the VGA/HDMI cable and power cable, wait for 1 minitues and then reconnect it, reboot your computer to see.

2. If this cannot help to solve the problem. Try to uninstall the graphic driver completely. you can use DDU to help you. And then go to the graphic card official site to download the driver and install it manually. This may helps.

In additional, you can try to goes to Device Manager > Monitor > Uninstall to uninstall the monitor to see if this can solve or not.

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