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hey, i am working on someones computer, and i changed the refresh rate from 60 to 70 and now the screen is a mass, i cant see anything. is there a way to fix it?
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Which version of windows?

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xp home
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it is a compaq if it matters
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Press F8 during startup like you're going to boot into safe mode. A screen will appear with a list of choices. Choose "Use last known good configuration" and try that.

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i did it, i counted my tabs and enters on a differnet computer. thanks man
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i did it, i counted my tabs and enters on a differnet computer. thanks man
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Glad to hear it! <_<

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