Question about Televison & Video
When i connect through VGA cable , it says mode not supported. help would be appreciated.
The LN40A650 supports 1920x1080 resolution from VGA. I know this because I've done it. It will also support lower resolutions, but certainly not higher. Drop your resolution to something low like 640x480, plug into the LN40A650, then up the resolution to 1920x1080. If this doesn't work it's 1 of 2 problems. It could be the refresh rate. Go to your display settings, click on Advanced, choose the Monitor tab, and set the screen refresh rate to 60Hz. If this still doesn't work it means your video card won't support that high of a resolution.
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