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Ilo 42'' says no signal on VGA when connected to a computer

My plazma tv says no signal on VGA input when connected to a laptop

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  • gelhead50 May 24, 2009

    Whenever I connect my laptop via the VGA input, the TV says "not support". I had it working once but I had to unplug the cable to hide it behind my desk. I tried again with the same options and settings, but nothing works. At first I thought it was a resolution issue, but I tried every possible combination.

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Snap off/fully remove pins 11, 12, and 15 from a spare VGA cable and use this to connect the ILO tv. These pins are used for identification of the monitor by the PC. The video signal is now displayed perfectly on my ILO tv, in all supported resolutions.

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