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Try manually choosing lower resolutions in your xbox display settings. My Insignia HDTV does that when switching resolutions like on Hulu in between commercials and then back to the show but only for a second or so. Also does this when going from the loading screens to the game screens for a few seconds when playing the game Split/Second
You need an HDMI driver... also sometimes a special HDMI cable is used for Apples too, I believe. Also a lot of sets must start with a resolution of 800x600 32bit. Also research if HDMI is actually possible from your video card too. Some HDMI doesn't send the audio via the cable either you must use AV audio out.
Most likely your current resolution isn't supported by the TV. Before you plug your TV up to your computer, set your desktop resolution to 1024 x 768. This is the standard and is supported by most if not all flat screens. If it doesn't work on this setting try 800 x 600 or 1280 x 768. One of those three should show up. If no resolutions work, then there is something wrong with the TV. If other monitors work on your computer then the computer is just fine.
The TV works fine with other inputs (cable TV), right?
The laptop is plugged into the VGA port on the TV and the input setting is set to "VGA", right? (or does toy computer have an HDMI port that you are using?)
Is it a laptop or a PC?
If it's a laptop and the TV is connected correctly and functioning otherwise, you need to turn on the remote display port of your laptop. It's a key sequence that toggles from laptop -> external -> both.
If it's a PC, it might be a signal incompatibility. Try different resolutions or refresh rates.
i have a 26" insignia lcd tv that i use as a montor uou musr set the screen resolution on your computer to 1024x768. if you use a higher resolution it will say no signal.so use your montor to set the resolution to 1024x768 then hook it to the vga and it should work. bob griggs
Heres the dealyo.
Click start button
Click control panel
adjust screen resolution (probably have to go down) until the tv displays your computer
if this did not work, you will have to adjust bit rate from 32 to 16. Fiddle with the settings until the magic happens.
You will not get any sound unless you use an audio jack plugged into t.v.