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Hi receiving input not supported

I am getting dual screen display but on 2nd ,getting floating box which says input not supported, otherwise it works at all resolutions. also did download nvidia drivers for ti-4200 before this happened and someone may comment about that, what do you think

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Re: hi receiving input not supported

This message shows that you are not setting the resolution correctly.

When you are in Windows, click on - Control panel - Display - Setting - Screen Resolution (set yo 1280 x 1024). then click ok.

Your floating box will gone.

I got the same problem and got the solution from

Hope this will help you.


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