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Acer notebook VGA problem

My notebook when connected up to an LCD TV via a VGA cable when booting up displays the Windows desktop but then goes off and the TV says 'no PC input' . Changing the resolution and toggling between the two displays has no effect on the TV. Any ideas please ?

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  • Octogenarian Feb 20, 2008

    My notebook is an Acer Aspire 1522 running Win XP. I can toggle between screens OK but the TV screen says 'no PC input' except when booting up when it displays the Windows desktop correctly. Possibly a BIOS problem.

    Thanks for your help.

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Not sure about your model as the header is Dell D600 and you mention Acer but the solution is probably the same. You need to enable the 2nd display - I'm assuming you are running XP. Go to display settings -easiest way is to Right click on the desktop, bringing the display menu and Left click on Properties (bottom entry). Then click on Settings and you should see 2 screens and you will need to enable the 2nd monitor and set up how to display on it. Additionally there is a setting in the BIOS that enables both display outputs.

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