Solved I have set frequency of my pc to 85 hz how do

August 17, 2011 at 08:04:14
Specs: Windows 7 ultimate, corei3 2100/ 4GB DDR3 RAM
I have set the fequency to 85 Hz in graphics media accelerator user interface, now no monitor that I have is able to handle this high frequency and without visual guidance I cannot change it to 60. Is there any other way to change the frequency to 60 hz from 85 hz.

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August 17, 2011 at 08:15:21
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Start up in VGA mode. Hold down F8 whilst booting and you should get the Windows Startup menu which includes this option. Then you can adjust the display settings.

Most user interfaces test the graphics settings for 15 seconds and revert to the previous display if you don't confirm the new settings, so it should be nearly impossible to mess them up.

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August 17, 2011 at 09:16:10
Why do you need to use 85Hz? Older CRT monitors may have needed/ benefited from frequencies in that range but newer LCD type monitors are rock solid at 60Hz. Attempting to run any monitor beyond its stated specs may well permanently damage the monitor.

Explain why you think you need 85Hz and what model monitor you have.

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August 17, 2011 at 09:36:16
Thanks a lot ijack..this works

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August 17, 2011 at 09:42:01
I have connected my cpu to my LED TV , but the video quality was not quite good it has some horizontal fluctuating lines so just to resolves this I was increasing the frequency from 60 Hz to 85 Hz gradually hoping to resolve this isssue but as soon as I set it to 85, I got a message "video resolution not supported".

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August 17, 2011 at 11:02:24
The issue you are experiencing probably is due to an improper resolution. LCD-TVs use 16:9 ratio, while computer LCDs use 16:10. This can result in a sawtooth pixel line.

Solution is to be sure to use the recommended resolution for the TV. If that resolution is not available then update your graphic drivers.

How are you connecting the TV to the computer?

If you have an HDMI port on both ends then use that.

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