Out of Range - 36.3Khz / 34hz - ATI X1900XTX

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Beta Tester, Sep 12, 2006.

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    Beta Tester Guest

    Clean install of Vista 64 Bit RC-1, and experience problems at the very end
    of the install. All files are loaded and no issues reported until the end.
    The screen just turns blank.

    Reboot machine, and it says Windows did not load correctly and do you want
    to start in Safe Mode

    The screen displays the error:

    Out of Range 36.3Khz /34Hz

    At this point the screen remains dark. If you perform the repair from the
    install DVD, it reports it cannot resolve this issue.

    System
    Intel 945PSN
    Intel Pentium D 2.8
    Raid 0 - Raptors - 74Gig with Siig SC-SA0012-S1 PCI SATA Controller Card
    ATI X1900 XTX
    Sony 19" - SDM-HS95P/B - XBrite

    Loaded the 64 Bit driver for the Siig Controller Card. Systems works fine
    with Win XP 64 Bit version, however, when attemping to load Vista RC-1
    experience the Out of Range Error.

    Please advise,

    Chad
     
    Beta Tester, Sep 12, 2006
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    Beta Tester Guest

    Chas,

    Thanks for the rapid response! Unfortunately, I do not understand on how
    you were able to select 480 monitor support.

    Would it be possible for you to give me some more details on how to
    accomplish this? I apoligize in advance for not knowing these feature.

    Thanks,

    Chad
     
    Beta Tester, Sep 13, 2006
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    Chas Smith Guest

    I had the same problem. Rebooted and selected to use 480 monitor support.
    This gave me the display and I just reset the graphic card back to my normal
    settings once the desktop was shown. Hope this helps.
     
    Chas Smith, Sep 13, 2006
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