The current input timing is not supported by this monitor

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    Windows 10

    The current input timing is not supported by this monitor

    Free Windows 10 upgrade worked successfully on my system until I changed the monitor resolution. Now I'm booting to a black screen, no cursor, with the following error: Dell S2340M - the ucrrent input timing is not supported by this monitor display. Please change your inpiut timing to 1920 X 1080.... From viewing other sites, it looks like I need a boot disk
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  2. Posts : 4,453
    Win 11 Pro 22000.708

    The traditional fix is to boot the PC in Safe Mode. That boots at a resolution and frame rate that is allowed by most monitors.

    However, that may be semi-broken in Win 10. A USB Recovery Drive could be useful, but if you haven't already made one, it may be hard to do that.

    Another option:

    The PC will allow you to go into safe mode if the boot up fails a couple of times. I don't recall ever invoking that deliberately. You may be able to get into it by shutting the PC down by holding down the power button.

    Best of luck.
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