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Mode Not Supported. Resolution not supported. Change the resolution on the external device for samsung tv. How?

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SOURCE: not supported mode lcd tv samsung lnt4061f

with the PC input or analog SVGA the only 16:9 resolution it supports is 1920x1080, which can be difficult for some older systems to handle. However, on HDMI it should support all the standard HD resolutions.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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SOURCE: Not supported mode error

Hi, boot up to an F8 and select safe mode. While there change your screen settings to 800X600.

The available resolutions in the windows operating system has to be compatble with the TV screen you are hooked up to. try lower settings first.
Thank you and god luck.

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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This happens when you have a video signal that the TV does not recognize. If you have an High Definition source such as a Blue Ray Disc player, High Definition Set Top Box, Or a High Defintion Gamming System than use the HDMI output of such device, connect a HDMI cable to this output and put the other end into The input of HDMI on the TV. Make sure you have this device on before you select the input on the remote of the TV or the TV will say NOT Supported Mode.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Mode not supported

TV's usually have a maximum resolution of 1366x768.

if your resolution is higher than then when you connect to the TV, it won't be able to display anything.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Dynex 19 LCD

I went over the specs of the TV.
The max input for the VGA is 1360x768 at 60Hz. Anything higher will make the TV go bonkers.
I would try to get the resolution at 1360x768, then change the frequency to 60Hz.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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videooutput003.jpg 6.
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videooutput004.jpg 7.
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videooutput005.jpg 8.
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videooutput002.jpg 9.
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Source: http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps3/current/settings/videooutput.html

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