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Phillips 40" lcd Connect my pc via DVI

I have an nVidia graphics card with dual output. 1 VGA and 1 DVI.

I have a DVI to HDMI as the tv only has this option for connecting to it.

I have demonstrated dual monitors with the setup as is, but cannot get anything on the tv it just keeps reporting video not supported.

Please help

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This most likely means that your lcd doesn't support the resolution that your laptop is displaying.

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