I'm really new to Linux so I apologize in advance for my generalized ignorance on the subject. (I apologize for my English as well) Recently, after Microsoft stopped to provide support to Windows XP, I decided to install LXLE 12.04 32-bit on an old PC I own.
The installation went well and I can use LXLE through the Live CD without any issues (actually at this very moment I'm writing this post from there). The problem arises when I take out the CD and try to boot from the hard drive - then the screen turns black and I get the following message - "Attention - Out of range - H: 92.6 KHZ - V: 58.3 HZ" I looked for solutions online and it seems it's a screen resolution problem, but I can't really see what to do to fix it. I tried reinstalling but that doesn't help either.
On the back of my monitor there are some indications which I think are related to the issue and that I'm copying here: "Power rating: 100-240V - 50/60 HZ 1.5 A" If more information about the computer is needed in order to help me, please tell me so and I'll add it to the post.
Thanks in advance!!