Friday, December 18, 2009


WIn1.  Restart the computer
2.  While the computer is loading, press "F8" key on the keyboard
right before the
computer reads the hard drive or press the "F8" key multiple times in
1 second
interval until the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" appears on the
3. Under "Windows Advanced Options Menu", using the arrow key on the
keyboard, select "Enable VGA Mode" then press Enter.  Select "Windows
or Windows XP" for your operating system.
4.  Wait while the computer is loading and once the computer finishes
5.   Right Click anywhere on the blank area on the desktop then click
6.  Click on "Settings"
7.   Click on "Advanced"
8.   Click on "Adapter"
9.   Click on "List All Modes"
10.   We recommend that for 15" LCD's select 1024x768, True Color (32
Bit) 60 Hz or 1024x768, High Color (16Bit), 60 Hertz; For 17" & 18"
LCD's select
1280x1024, True Color (32 Bit), 60 hertz, or 1280x1024, High Color (16
60 Hertz, or
640x480, 256 colors, 60Hertz or 75Hertz
640x480, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
640x480, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
800x600, 256 Colors, 60Hertz or 75Hertz
800x600, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
800x600, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
1024x768, 256 colors, 60Hertz
1024x768, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz
1024x768, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz
   Additional Valid Modes for use only with 17" & 18" LCD Monitor
1280x1024, 256 colors, 60Hertz
1280x1024, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz
1280x1024, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz
Click OK,   Click Apply,   Click OK, and then "Restart" the computer
and the
settings selected will be applied.

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