Hi ginko, Reason I am asking you this question is that I trust your positive reputation in Fixya website will be helpful! I am trying to connect a 32" sony bravia with an Acer laptop via VGA male-to-male cable. I am getting"unsupported signal".Laptop refresh rate is 60 Hz and also have tried all possible laptop resolutions. Have tried changing Sony resolution,or pc setting of Sony for laptop/pc connections.Neither is possible. PC setting are not highlighted(at least not before connection is established)and I am unable to make changes. Neither can I change Sony resolution from full to normal. Laptop minimum resolution is 800x600 and cable I am using is VGA not SVGA.Reading Sony manual,it requires a minimum of 600x480 which is possible only with a SVGA cable. My question is whether do I need to change pc settings,or use a different cable in order to establish connection? Thanks in advance for your time! Cheers, Tony
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I can't say I've ever seen that happen with that TV before so I'd say it definitely isn't common. I'm pretty sure it's the signal from the HD channels, I'd suggest talking to your cable service provider.
I think I had a chat with you , here is trancription:
You are now in session with bazza1963 ginko says: hi ginko says: are you there? ginko says: seems
you need to re-install driver softwar for your printer, do you have
printer disks? and which version of operative system are you using
(Windows XP, Vista, etc) ginko says: I will try to find drivers for windows, give me some minute ginko says: Here is Driver download page for your printer, start downloading the one for for your system: ginko says: www.qms.com ginko says: Here
is installation guide, same as the one provided with printer:
ftp://ftp.minolta-qms.com/pub/cts/out_going/manuals/5430dl/ig54dl.pdf ginko says: ftp://ftp.minolta-qms.com/pub/cts/out_going/manuals/5430dl/ig54dl.pdf ginko says: download the above driver software. ginko says: is the same as the one distributed in disk coming with printer , if you have the disk you can use the disk ginko says: Once you downloaded software do the following: ginko says: 1 disconnect printer from PC ginko says: 2
expand and install downloaded software, alternatevely use the disk
provided with the printer. Do this with printer disconnected. ginko says: 3
when asked from installation, or after installation, connect the
printer to your computer using the USB cable , not the
network (ethernet) cable ginko says: 4 the printer will be recognised in Windows, if it does not restart the PC ginko says: You must use an usb cable to use this printer as a local printer. ginko says: You may need a router to use the ethernet cable (one similar to thick phone cable) provided with the printer ginko says: therefore ensure you are using the right cable ginko says: here
is an example of usb cable, sometimes it is not provided with the
printer, have a look,. This is the right cable you need to use to
connect this printer to local computer, the other one is for
network www.amazon.co.uk- ginko says: check on www.amazon.co.uk how it looks like and ensure you are using the right one ginko says: let me know if you need further help, I am not receiving much feedback from you ginko says: Best regards ginko says: Also check under printers in vista that you have this printer installed and that it is the default print
I could not get any feedback from you , do not know if there was something wrong with chat software