I can't seem to get the TV to display 1440x900 as a PC monitor. My video card (Radeon HD 4870) can output that resolution in 60, 75, and 90 hertz. When I try to run 1440x900 at 60Hz It flickers twice and goes black. It automatically resets to 1280x768. I am using a DVI-to-VGA dongle to connect to the TV. I have updated drivers and am using Vista x64.
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First, try setting your monitor refresh rate at 60Hz using a known-working monitor. (The VGA input of the Beovision 7 is recommended for 60Hz refresh rate). If this fails to produce output from the Beovision 7, it is very likely, your video driver's resolution is set too high for the Beovision 7 to display signal. If you are using the Beovision 7 as your primary monitor, first connect a known-working monitor to the computer and reduce the resolution to 1024x768. Once you have changed the resolution, try connecting the Beovision 7. If you get video signal, increase the resolution incrementally until you find the maximum resolution the Beovision 7 will handle.
IF YOU ARE USING THE BEOVISION 7 AS A SECONDARY MONITOR USING EXTENDED DESKTOP, reduce the resolution on Monitor 2 output to 1024x768. If video appears on the Beovision 7 at that resolution, incrementally increase the Monitor 2 resolution until you find the maximum resolution the Beovision 7 will accept as a secondary monitor.
You should make sure that the computer is outputting in an appropriate video range, i.e. a compatible resolution. Right click the Desktop, choose display properties, and head over to the display options tab, where you should see the monitor. If you do not see the monitor, then you will need to update your Graphic Card's drivers.
If the TV is the sole monitor, and you cannot see these menus, try returning to your old monitor, and changing the resolution (to something lower) then reconnect the TV.
The resolution of the TV is set by the source it is being fed with, just like your PC monitor which is set by the PC video card resolution. 480i = 480i display, 720p in = 720p display.
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You will need to download and install the catalyst drivers and software for your ATI card from here http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=win7/windows-7-64bit These are the drivers for the 64-bit version of Windows 7 and I believe that is what you are using. With the Catalyst software installed you can adjust the HDMI output to 1080p,1080i, or 720p so your TV will recognize it. Let me know if that works.
your rate of refresh is too high, it's refreshing too fast, you need to lower the screen resolution. keep in mind, the tv resolution is much much smaller than a computer monitor. a computer monitor has much higher resolution. so Tv can only handle so much in resolution. if you need a better picture, it always the best to buy a monitor, not a tv for computer to get a good picture. if you have any more questions, let me know.
If the screen resolution on your laptop is to high or not supported by the TV, that is the usual error message. I'm not sure what video output you are using but if it's the common S-video output, high resolutions will not be supported through it so maybe try a lower resolution and work your way up until you get the message again. Then you will know the threshold.
You have to have a couple of things to make this work: 1) a PC with DVI or HDMI output, 2) a video card capable of 1280x720 resolution and 3) a video card driver/utility capable of correcting for overscan.
I have my laptop connected to one of the HDMI inputs via a DVI-to-HDMI cable. I have Windows at 1280x720 resolution on the DVI port (the external monitor). I set this through Control Panel-> Display. Once I did this I was able to see my PC desktop on my TV. The only problem then was the desktop was cutoff on all side. To fix this it was a bit more of an adventure and this solution would only work if you have an ATI Radeon video card.
I installed ATI Catalyst Control Center (CCC). In CCC, it recognized that I was connected to a Panny 50" plasma. Than enabled the DTV settings. Under those settings I put the video card into 720p@60Hz mode. I then had to create a custom format to shrink the screen to fit my Panny display. I then saved this as the default setting for the Windows desktop. Whenever Windows boots it runs CCC and sets this setting for me.
I hope that helps! It can be done and it looks great.
and have been able to get 720p and 1080i resolutions on DVI connections from my PC with both Intel and ATI graphics AND 1920x1200 resolution over VGA from the Intel integrated connection (the ATI has only DVI). You need to dump the EDID to see what resolutions and timings the TV is telling the video card it supports. Then you need to get a video card driver that allows for custom resolutions to be created. First download this free utility and post the output: http://www.entechtaiwan.com/util/moninfo.shtm
output resolution is different from supported input resolution you need to check in the manual which resolutions are supported. the 1366x768 is the screen output or what it scales the supported resolutions to for the screen output. as eg: 480i low resolution gets scaled (to the best of it's ability) to the output resolution 1366x768. altho the scaling isn't smooth it displays all pixels. the more information the set recieves the better the scaling.
Hi, I'm afraid that not only a cable is needed but an analog (vga) to digital (dvi) converter/scaler as well. The iLo LCD Display V27DMBX-U12 can hook up to a PC using the DVI-I connection only. As you said, your computer has the standard 1D15 pin VGA connector.
Another possibility is if your video card has a composite video output (normally a color yellow RCA female) or an S-Video output which will both connect direct to your iLo LCD Display V27DMBX-U12. For the RCA connection all you need is an ordinary RCA to RCA shielded wire cable and for the S-Video, an S to S Video cable will work. There is of course the question about the quality or the resolution.
Good luck and hope that this be of some help to you. Pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.