Question about Computers & Internet
JUST BOUGHT A NEW 26" HD LCD TV. TV WORKS FINE. WHEN I START MY COMPUTER I SEE THE WINDOWS LOGO (XP) WITH THE TOOL BAR LOADING FOR ABOUT 7 SECONDS. THEN THE SCREEN GOES BLUE WITH A MESSAGE OF VGA NOT SUPPORTED. ANY IDEA'S? THANKS
Sounds like the PC has too high a screen resolution set for the TV to handle
Re-connect PC to PC monitor , change display resolution to 800 x 600 (right click desktop, properties, settings, slider marked "screen resolution" to leftmost side, save settings.
connect PC to TV, TV should be able to display PC data now.
Go through same procedure with PC connected to TV, move slider to 1024 x 768 posn. (depends on TV model as to what it can cope with) - *apply* this setting & see if TV is able to display at this resolution.
If it is, desktop will appear - if not, you'll get the warning box generated by the TV...don't worry, in 15 secs, the PC will revert to the old (working) setting.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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