Question about LG Televison & Video
You will need to lower the resolution on your video card as the LG is not able to give you the resolution that you are putting out to it or the frequency is not right.
First I would suggest that you try to boot in safe mode. This should give you a picture no matter what resolution is on your desktop settings.
Then go into the control panel, click open the display icon, then go over to the far right tab and change the display settings to a lower resolution.
After you reboot you can test changing them to a higher resolution, as high as the monitor can go.
This should take care of the display for you
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Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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You need to know what interface your video card uses. An older computer may have a PCI slot. After PCI the AGP connector was developed and the newest type slot is the PCI Express.
If you aren't sure what type of card or slot you currently have you may need to pull the card and look at it before you order a card. If it is not marked on the card you can do a search on Google images to see what the different interfaces look like. A PCI Express card will not fit in a PCI slot, the PCI Express slot is different.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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