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Tv says no signal after hooking up computer to it

Got a rgb cable to hook up to my tv and computer but tv keeps saying no signal what do i do

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I had same problem, adjust settings on your computer desktop resolution to 800x600 solved my problem right away, computer resolution is probably too high. Hope this helps!

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Do you have it on the right input

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