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FLOATING BOX WITH ATTENTION INPUT NOT SUPPORTED

Hello;
I hooked up a HP w19 Widescreen Monitor to my Compaq Presario when I turned on my computer the screen looks great and all seems to work fine except I have the floating blue box that says:
ATTENTION
INPUT NOT SUPPORTED
can you help get rid of this box please?
Thank you
Deborah

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  • Robban Nov 30, 2008

    I have the same problem with HP w19 and a Pavilion computor.

    /Rob

  • Dens75 Mar 24, 2009

    Problem is that once the box "input not supported appears", access to monitor menu and its configuraion settings is impossible

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Your monitor has several different video inputs.
Go to the configuration settings on your monitor and select the video input that matches the video cable from your computer.

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