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  • Lilliput Over Range Issue

    I know this has been covered to some extent, but I haven't been able to find a definitive fix. I have read posts of a similar nature by searching. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    I have a 7" Lilli touch screen, Via Epia M10k, XP. When I try and boot, it goes through the cycle fine, and then before windows finishes loading I get the "over range" msg. 800x600 res is the lowest available on the display settings in the control panel. Bios settings only allow me to choose crt or television. I can only get a "good" boot in Safe Mode. I purchased the system used, so the previous owner had everything setup and working fine for him. I'm wondering if it's a sync issue, after trying the computer out using a different monitor. Any thoughts?
    Thanks

  • #2
    after the computer finishes booting, unplug and replug the lilliput to see if it gets picture, I had this problem on my machine and I had to build a delay circuit to keep the screen off untill windows was loaded.
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    • #3
      so the resolution you have chosen is fine... how about your refresh frequency? What is it set like?

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      • #4
        Tried that and no dice, thanks for the suggestion though

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        • #5
          set it to 60hz
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          • #6
            Originally posted by mpattonm
            so the resolution you have chosen is fine... how about your refresh frequency? What is it set like?
            I believe its 92 or something like that. I don't know that the res is fine, it doesn't seem to like 800x600. I cant choose anything lower. I'm lost.

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