Windows 10: 2nd screen stuck on "out of range" setting when using 2nd screen only

  1.    13 Sep 2016 #1

    2nd screen stuck on "out of range" setting when using 2nd screen only


    I was working on adjusting the resolution of my second external screen with the laptop main screen off. So when I have the second screen running and the laptop screen off I can only see the error "out of range 75-60 hz". I can see the second screen when duplicating or extending the screen, meaning that when I have both screens on then both screens are working and I can change the resolution of each however I want. However, If I change the setting to "2nd screen only" then I get the "out of range 75-60 hz" message and I am then unable to adjust the resolution due to an obvious lack of a working screen. How can I adjust the default setting for a 2nd screen's resolution when the 2nd screen is set to an "out of range" setting AND the 2nd monitor is the only monitor being used?
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  2.    13 Sep 2016 #2

    Does this make sense or have I offended the "faithful"? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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  3.    13 Sep 2016 #3

    nevermind this post. false alarm. still experiencing same issue
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