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I have a HP Thin Client T5545 . I accidentaly put a wrong screen resolution and now when I start it I have a message on my screen Input signal out of range, so I can not change it again or do anything.

 

Is there anything I can do about change the resolution?

 

Thanks for your help

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I'm having the same issue with a HP Thin Client T5000 (using Linux embedded), I need to restore the original resolution. Please help us!! 

 

Thanks!

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Have you considered reinstalling the OS

for the T5545, the last image can be found here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-t5545-thin-client/3719101

 

or

If you have more T5545 you can copy the OS image from 1 TC to another by using HP ThinState Capture

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@K_Garrett wrote:

Have you considered reinstalling the OS

for the T5545, the last image can be found here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-t5545-thin-client/3719101

 

or

If you have more T5545 you can copy the OS image from 1 TC to another by using HP ThinState Capture


Thanks, but in my case I have a HP T5000. Finally I've fixed the issue without reinstalling the OS. This is how I've solved: I connected an old CRT screen and I was able to change the resolution there! :generic:

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Another potential solution:

 

If you have old HPDM sever, e,g, v 4.3.  You can try to modify the resolution by Task Template - Apply settings - Display settings.

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