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Re: New install Acer x223w monitor
New install Acer x223w monitor?
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Press the Function Button to open the short cut menu. Locate the Input graphic and press the button for it. Each time you press the button, it will cycle between DVI and VGA input jacks. Allow a few seconds for the display to switch inputs. Make sure that cable is connected securely to the associated jack in the back of the monitor and the computer (or other source). If either VGA or DVI input is selected ,but the VGA and DVI cables are not connected, a floating dialog box indicates:
eMachines flat-screen monitors offer high quality at low
eMachines flat-screen monitors are compatible with most
brands of PCs.
Issues with eMachines flat-screen monitors can arise from
faulty power sources, cable problems and incompatible settings.
These issues can be resolved by testing step-by-step each
Plug the computer's power cable firmly into a working AC outlet.
Press the computer's power button.
Check the LEDs on the front of the computer case to confirm
that the computer receives power.
Plug the eMachines monitor's power cable into a working AC outlet.
Press the monitor's power button.
Check the LEDs on the front bezel or power button of the
eMachines monitor to confirm that the monitor receives power.
Orange or blinking LEDs indicate low power or no signal.
Green LEDs denote a working connection..
Perform a monitor self-test.
Switch off the monitor.
Unplug the video cable from the monitor.
Press the eMachines monitor's power button.
An eMachines logo, Windows logo or "no signal"
message indicates that the monitor is working properly.
Plug the eMachines monitor's video cable into the video
port on the computer.
Attach the monitor's included DVI-to-VGA adapter to the
monitor's VGA cable if your computer has a DVI port (15 or 25 pin-slots with 1
side slot) in place of a VGA port (15 pin-slots, no side slot).
Press the eMachines monitor's input button to change the
monitor's setting to match the computer port used.
Set your monitor to DVI if connected to your computer's DVI
Set your monitor to VGA if connected to your computer's VGA
Connect the eMachines monitor to a known working computer
with a known working video cable if the problem persists. Contact Gateway,
eMachines manufacturer, if the monitor issue is not resolved.
DVI ==> Digital Video Input
If your monitor has both DVI and VGA inputs, and your PC's video-card has both DVI and VGA outputs, then buy a DVI-to-DVI cable, and use it, for a better picture.
If your monitor has both DVI and VGA inputs, and your PC's video-card only has VGA output, then use a VGA-to-VGA cable. Or, purchase a video-card with DVI output, to replace the video-card with VGA output, and then use a DVI-to-DVI cable.
The VGA section of the Monitor is totally separate circuit than that used by the DVI circuit. Either or will do an automatic switch to what ever circuit communicates via the proper attachment (VG or DVI cable). AS long as the VGA Drivers are up-to-date the operating system should recognize the Video signal. Check the DEVICES and look for Video. Your Monitor should show up if the connection is proper, and if not there, you may have a bad Video Cord.
Yes you can . Do the instructions below and then just download the Netflix movie like you would if you where to watch it on your PC. After all connections you should be able to watch it on your Tv screen, Enjoy.
Things You'll Need: VGA to VGA cable
DVI to VGA adapter (as needed)
How to Connect a Computer to an Emerson TV
1 Purchase a VGA cable and a DVI to VGA converter (if needed). The VGA cable is a cable with blue attachments on either end that contains a total of 15 pins (arranged in a 5x3 lineup). You will only need the VGA to DVI adapter if your computer does not have a blue VGA connector on the back.
2 Attach the VGA cable to the VGA port on the back of your computer (going through the DVI to VGA adapter if necessary). When screwing the connector in, alternate between the two sides periodically. Tighten one side of the connector a little, then tighten the other side of the connector to match. This will ensure a tight connection and an optimal picture.
3 Attach the VGA cable to the back of your Emerson television, utilizing the same alternating tightening method that you used to secure the cable to your computer.
4 Use the menu button on the Emerson TV to select a new "source." Choose "VGA" input, then confirm that by pressing the OK button (normally the volume+ button on most televisions). The television should immediately switch to display the computer's output. If it takes you to a blue screen instead, simply restart the computer in order to reset the connection.
It will depend on your video output options on the computer. If you have HDMI output, just use an HDMI cable and an audio cable (this will need to be a 3.5 mm to RCA audio cable). If you have a DVI output, use a DVI to HDMI cable and the audio cable (or a DVI to HDMI adapter and either a DVI or HDMI cable depending on which side you want to put the adapter). If you only have VGA out from the computer, use a VGA to DVI adapter and the DVI to HDMI connection and the audio connection. (Theoretically this should work but each adapter will have some signal loss issues.)
Some graphics cards have a video output, S-video or Component video, which would also connect to your TV with the audio cable. (Read your cards manual for more information)
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (For DVI to HDMI cables, you will need to check if you have a single link or dual link DVI output. The wrong cable may not work.)
The TV will recognize any operating system. You can use a VGA cable to connect to the television if the TV has a vga port. Then select the PC input for the TV. If the connection is white and larger if may be a DVI connector. You will need a DVI cable in that case or a DVI to vga adapter.
Is ether the monitor or video card uses both DVI or VGA port. There may be a switch on the graphic card that changes it from DVI to VGA, often outside the card.
Also is the computer monitor set to the right setting if it can use both VGA and DVI, if using DVI (of any type) it need to switch to digital, and if using VGA it need to be set to analog. This may be a physical switch or using the settings button. (see manual how to change them)
PS: VGA port is a blue D shaped port with 15 pin holes, and DVI is a white rectangle port with one port being a line.
You will not benefit from the DVI input unless you have DVI output on your computer. The great advantage of DVI is that the picture is transferred in digital form all the way from your computer to the individual pixels on the monitor. If you only have VGA output on your computer then you will never get a better picture than by using a good quality VGA cable to link that to the VGA input on your monitor.
The DVI plug is designed to carry both digital and analogue (VGA) signals on the various pins, so "adaptors" exist to allow a VGA monitor to attach to a DVI output on a computer. Monitors may also support VGA input from their corresponding DVI input sockets, but the picture quality will never be better than by using a good VGA cable because it is still not using the digital capability of the DVI interface. What's more, because you may need more adaptors and thinner conductors in the cable, you will probably achieve a marginally poorer picture than with VGA to VGA.
When you next buy a PC or a new video card, get one with DVI to take advantage of your new monitor. In the meantime, your best bet is a quality VGA to VGA link.
Sorry that's not what you were wanting to hear, but I hope it will help you avoid further frustration.