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Input not supported

Upon connecting there is an error in a gray box that floats around the monitor stating "input not supported". This happens with just a monitor, mouse and keyboard connected.

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  • KenG Nov 09, 2012

    The input not supported is the monitor setting. The default setting needs to be modified to match the monitor or the monitor needs to be changed.

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