You may encounter an error code indicating that the analog XP error window is out of range. There are several ways to solve this problem. We will explain this shortly.
Reboot and immediately keep pressing F8 until Advanced Boot Options is displayed. Use the up / down arrow keys to highlight ‘VGA Mode’ and press
The simplest cause of an out of range error is when a new video card is connected to an old monitor. Newer graphics cards can handle resolutions thatAll monitors do not support. Incompatible or corrupted drivers also cause monitors to be out of range, especially in Windows. Another likely cause for all operating systems is that the resolution was set to a value that the monitor could not display.
When your PXI (e) controller boots into Windows, it uses the default video settings for screen resolution and frame rate. If your monitor cannot handle the default settings,
is displayed”Sync Out of Range
” error on the monitor.
To resolve this issue, follow these steps to reduce your video settings.
- Reboot the controller by powering off the PXI chassis (e) and then powering it back on.
- While restarting, hold down the F8 key and select safe mode.
- Access to display settings.
- Windows 10: Right-click Desktop >> Display Settings.
- Set the resolution to 640 x 480 or 800 x 600.
- GoOtherwise, set the refresh rate to 60 Hz and click “Apply”.
- Windows 10: Display Settings >> View Adapter Properties >> Select the “Monitor” tab.
- Windows 7: Screen Resolution >> Advanced Settings >> Select the “Monitor” tab.
6. Reboot. After restarting, you can increase the resolution settings again.
Another option is to test with a different monitor, preferably a newer and larger one.