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Same thing It says the same thing, mode not supported, when I try to plug in my laptop.

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  • gsmith3805 Feb 11, 2008

    My S2651D problems started with the rapid horizontasl lines. My laptop is hooked up and I use the lcd primarily for my latop. The laptop's screen is fine when the lcd startes with the horizontal lines rapidly going up. Then this past week it sarted going into the "not supported mode" I thought I had it fixed once (although I don't know what I did either then go into Display settings and messed with the max resolution on my Toshiba laptop). Prior to this everything was fine. After that first fix, Netflix movies were coming in with no problem, then it slipped back into the "not supported mode" again. Tried changing to the higher resolution. Negative results. Thanks for any response that can help.

  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2008

    i was playing games on my xbox360 when the lines started to cover the screen and now it says "mode not supported"

  • gsmith3805 May 11, 2010

    TRIED THE TWO SUGGESTIONS AND CHANGED THE SETTING. COMPUTER SCREEN RETURNED TO THE TV. LEFT IT FOR A FEW MINUTES TO MONITOR THE IMAGE AND IT WENT BACK TO THE HORIZONTAL LINES/FLUTTERING VERTICALLY ACTION. THE COMPUTER SCREEN WAS VISIBLE. FLUTTERING STOPPED FOR A COUPLE OF MINUTES AND THEN RETURNED. THAT OCCURRED FOR A COUPLE OF MORE TIMES AND THEN IT WENT INTO NOT SUPPORTED MODE AGAIN. WENT BACK IN TO CONTROL PANEL AND THE ORIGINAL SETING I HAD MOVED IT TO DID NOT APPEAR ON THE SCALE. THE SCALE WOULD JUMP FROM MAX TO MIN FOR THE RESOLUTION. I'M THINKING MY TOSHIBA SATELLITE OR SOFTWARE IS THE PROBLEM. DON'T KNOW WHY THE SETTING AUTOMATICALLY CHANGES ITSELF OR DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE RESOLUTION SCALE IN SETTINGS. MAHALO (THANK YOU) FOR THE KOKUA (HELP) gsmith3805

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It's fine, i figured it ou. My laptop's a widescreen and the TV didn't support 1280x800, which the laptop was set to. once i changed it to 1024, it worked like a charm

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Normally, you will need to change a setting in your control panel of your laptop to a monitor output. You can change it from your LCD on your laptop to Monitor only or change it so both will operate at the same time. I use my laptops to play DVDs on my customer's televisions to check for some video issues. I'm not in my shop today, but, if you still have problems, respond to this post and I can get back to you later on in the week.

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