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Ok so i go to install the new nvidia drivers and when my pc gets the the login screen i get an error on my screen saying "out of range"??

anyone else get this problem?
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That means your resolution is out of the range of your monitor.

You need to boot into safe mode and change the resolution back to what your monitor can handle.
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yeh i know it means that lol... but i have tried that and still no go when i reboot
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Either refresh rate or the resolution is set to a level that your monitor does not support.

Boot into safe mode, and set refresh to 60 and resolution to something you know your monitor supports (1024 x 768 should for sure be a safe bet)
    
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That means your resolution is out of the range of your monitor.

You need to boot into safe mode and change the resolution back to what your monitor can handle.
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He did that already.

Did you lower refresh rate also?

If that doesn't work, try the other connector on the video card (sounds odd... just in case).
    
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