Question about Sansui 19 in. LCD TV
I have tried going to the HDMI selection and then turning the mac on, but it still does not read. This is HDMI to HDMI instead of DVI to HDMI. I am not able to use the vga port on the tv as the mac does not have a vga female port on it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: driver for monitor
if u r using xp sp2 ,sp3 or vista no drivers r required for any monitors as such drivers r installed by windows automatically.ok next is go to divice manager and search for monitors if ur monitor has any issues it is displayed yellow.ok even if the device manager doesnt show up any issues with monitor,u can always upgrade the drivers to the drivers that came with the monitors installaion disk that may be supplied with ur system.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Nvedia signals cannot be porcessed by Sansui Tv. You have tow options before you to connect your self assembled computer to this tV. The first one is try by reducing the resolution f VGA output. for that, go to Nvidea control [normally will be displayed at the right end of the taskbar] and chage relolution there. By default, the resolution will be 1024/768. Select it to the lowest; 800/600. If the TV display it, just advance it to the next highest; 960/600.
If this does not help you, there is no other way than change the computer's video card to any other, which works on Windows Video Drive. Can be bought from local computer component market, insert it to one amoung the free PCI socket of the computer and do the next proceedings to change over video output from on board video out, and feed this video signal to yur TV. OK.
Posted on Nov 02, 2011
sounds like bad capacitors on the power board. Very common problem. I would look at the caps if any appear even slightly rounded on top they are bad. They should be perfectly flat on top any puffing up means replace that cap.
Posted on Aug 07, 2012
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