signal out of range

October 29, 2012 at 04:05:38
Specs: Windows XP pro, celeron(R)2.70ghz/0.99 gb ram
i have a nvidia geforce4 mx 4000 about 6 months ago i started getting signal out of range when i try to play games so i reinstall the drivers then it works fine as long as i dont have to reboot for any reason every time i reboot i have to reinstall drivers

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#1
October 29, 2012 at 04:10:14
Have you tried to completely uninstall the drivers before installing the new ones?

1) uninstall all drivers
2) reboot machine
3) install latest drivers


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#2
October 29, 2012 at 05:44:22
The "geforce4 mx 4000" is not much of a gaming card (& never was). In fact, it's not even a true Geforce4. It's actually a rebadged GF4 MX420 which in itself is a rebadged Geforce2, which means it's based on 10 yr old technology. Notice that it only supports up to DX7.

http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards...

Other than that, "signal out of range" generally means you have the monitor resolution set incorrectly. The resolution should be set to the native resolution of your monitor & should not be changed. Any other changes should be made within the individual game settings.


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