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Apex AVL2667 monitor driver

I am looking for the monitro driver for the Apex AVL-2667 HDTV in order to use for my computer screen via DVI port.

I am running Windows XP Pro SP2

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You don't need drivers...just a dvi cable...then push the function(fn)key and the monitor key..the key that has the screen icon(f4 on my compaq) to switch the signal...bingo

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HDMI&DVI ports already used on LG HDTV.I have X BOX 360 S,has a HDMI plug, can I use a HDMI splitter to plug in the X BOX in the DVI port ?receiving computer via HDMI now


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How do i get my westinghouse sk 26h730s monitor to work with my HP desktop computer with windows XP?


There should not be a driver required for this. As long as your HP desktop has a VGA video or HDMI video output, you can connect to the back panel of the TV from the video port of the PC. Then, on the remote, select the "PC" option for VGA input, or HDMI for the HDMI 1 or 2 input(s). If the PC only has DVI output, then it is important to know if the output is analog or digital. If it is digital (DVI-D or DVI-DD] then there is no available port on the TV to support it. Using a DVI-VGA adapter on a DVI digital output will not work as there must be a digital-to-analog conversion in order to work.

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Can i turn my vizio m190va tv into a computer monitor?


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How to change T.V settings so that lap top computer can be seen


Are you using the VGA port or one of the HDMI ports? Are you using an HDMI to DVI cable? (then check if you have Single-link or Dual-link DVI; the cables are not interchangeable when you create the adapter in the cable.) Make sure the TV is on (and pointing to the desired input although it will possibly go into a power-savings mode) before turning on the laptop.

It is more likely to be an issue on the computer side. Make sure your BIOS and device manager have the video port turned on. (Many will disable the device for power-savings.) You may need to reboot after seeing a message about the drivers being loaded when the computer sees the laptop. Once the port is active, Win7 and Vista let you change the video output if you click on the Desktop (anywhere without an icon or program window) and choose Screen Resolution. Then look for a line about multiple monitors and choose how you want the monitors to display.

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Trouble connecting Insignia HDTV 19" to my macbook pro


One of the first things you may notice about your new big-screen HDTV is that it has more connections for video than your old TV ever dreamed about. It probably has two or three HDMI connections, maybe a DVI connector, a VGA connector, and at least one component video connection. And those are just the connections most commonly used for high definition.
It’s shame to let all those connections go to waste. Your Mac just happens to be sitting nearby; why not hook it up to your new HDTV? It's actually a pretty easy task. A few lucky souls won't even need an adapter; for the rest of us, at least one adapter will be necessary.
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Can i use the apex avl2076 for a computer monitor? if so,how?


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http://www.retrevo.com/s/Apex-AVL-2076-TVs-review-manual/id/524ci557/t/1-2/

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No signal from computer to monitor 8/13/08!


I had the exact same problem!! Drove me crazy for days. Couldn't find any answers online, contacted Gateway tech support and they told me my warranty was expired but they'd be happy to discuss my issue for $2 per minute. Gateway can **** it!!

At first I thought the problem might be a malfunctioning NVIDIA card, a problem with my DVI cable, or the monitor itself. But, after turning off the computer, unplugging the DVI cable, replugging the DVI cable and restarting the computer, I noticed I could get the firmware flash screen to show, including the BIOS menu boot and the Gateway system reinstall screen to show. As soon as the Windows flash logo would display, however, the monitor would drop out and display the dreaded "No Signal" error.
This indicated the problem was a software one and not hardware! The cable, monitor and video card were all working fine. Then I remembered that Windows installed its automatic update a few days prior. In fact...

THE PROBLEM TURNED OUT TO BE A WINDOWS UPDATE INSTALLED A FEW DAYS PRIOR.

After succesfully booting into safe mode (F8 during the flash/bootup screens), I went to Add or Remove programs in the control panel, clicked on the "Show Updates" box on the top, and uninstalled the Windows update from a few days prior to the occurance of the error. After a reboot the problem was solved.

I hope this will help anybody else struggling with this error!

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Video Input Selection Problem


That is due to the fact that you can only connect 1 desktop to the HP LP2465 as most monitors.

For one the LP2465 does not have the picture in picture technology and for another the two ports you are connecting your Macs into are DVI (Digital Video Interface) connections. One is the Single DVI and the other is a Dual DVI.

It does not mean you can connect two Mac computers to the same display and both work. That is not practical because there is only one video input interaction possible with a computer and a monitor.

The DVI connections are determined by their ability to use either Analog and Digital signal transmissions through one connector.

So in order to effectively use your HP LP2465, you can only use 1 computer with the monitor because it is not designed to work with two computer graphics cards at once. Most LCDs have only one DVI or VGA connector to connect to a computer- your just happens to host two types of DVI connections is all..

That is the reason one computer is on with your display and the other is not displaying any video.

Take a look at this great explanation of the differences between Single DVI and Dual DVI connectors via this link:
Digital Video Interface (DVI)- Defined


Regards,

-Terry

Feb 13, 2008 | HP Lp2465 24 in. Television

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