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The resolution your laptop is running in, or it's refresh rate is too high.
Lower the resolution, or drop the refresh rate.
It's native mode is 1440x900 at 60Hz

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Input not Support


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Why my Pc monitor showing Input not supported?


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Reading the online manual - You should have the laptop connected by VGA - PC input
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you will need to set the laptop up to output to the VGA output, to do this - varies by different manufacturers - But often F4 or F5, with the FN key selects the VGA output - have a look at the F keys across the top of the machine and see if you can see a picture of a screen - then use the FN and that F key together to toggle between display it will change to <Laptop Screen Only><Laptop screen and VGA output><VGA output only> not necessarily in that order.
This is the support site for that TV http://www.lg.com/us/support/product/support-product.jsp
direct link to the PDF user manual http://www.lg.com/us/support/product/support-product-profile.jsp?customerModelCode=37LG30&matchedModelCode=1000003995&searchEngineModelCode=37LG30&initialTab=documents&targetPage=support-product-profile#

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You get input not supported because the another user had set the video resolution too high for the monitor to display. Try looking into the resolution setting.

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Try an adapter to the video input. Allot of places sell them. Best Buy Comp USA Radio Shack. It is VGA but if there os no support that is thle best way.

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could you please tell spcifics??

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Closing notebook - "Input not supported"`


The Input not supported on your monitor normally means that the
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Hope this helps
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