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johnscott

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Hi
I would appreciate any help. My brother ( hes not on the internet) installed tiger woods 2003.
When he tried to play the game his screen went totally blank. He gets a message saying " sync over range". He now has the blank screen all the time which makes it impossible to find whats wrong.
I would be thankful for any help
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Hello johnscott,

It sounds like the game is trying to use a resolution/refresh rate that isn't supported by the monitor.
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Hi Zeus
Is there a way to fix this. We dont know what to do with a blank screen, how can we fix this ?
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What are his system specs?
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HI
its a AND Athlon 64
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Download system spec > open it > click the system button > click edit > click copy to clipboard and then paste the information with your next post.
Remove your serial number from the pasted information!
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Hi Zeus
the problem is the blank screen, we cant do anything as we cant see anything at all.
thanks
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I still need to know your system specs.
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can you not see anything at all during boot? like...when you restart the computer can you see the normal splash screen and all the bios info...then you get to loading windows and once it's loaded it's done?
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Hi
problem solved. i was able to get computer working in safe mode and then system restore to previous date.
thanks for all your help :whistling:
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