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MY MONITOR IS SHOWING AN INPUT NOT SUPPORTED FLOATING MESSAGE. I JUST HOOKED IT UP TO AN EMACHINES COMPUTER. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?

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Does the monitor work on another computer? does the computer work with another monitor? I the answer is yes to both then here is the most likely solution
you may have the screen resolution and/or the refresh rate set too high on the emachines computer. For Windows XP: Boot the computer and use F8 to get the Safe Mode boot menu. Choose the first Safe Mode and log in,... if you see windows come up then go to display settings and and change the settings to something low like 800x600 and refresh rate of 60hz. Restart the system and you will the display and can make adjustments from there.
If either the monitor does not work on another computer or the computer does not work with another monitor,.. or if you are not able to see windows from in safe mode,.. you may have a more serious problem with the monitor or vid card.

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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    Suzy Matthews Jan 10, 2013

    Worked the very first try. Many Thanks! ~PEACE~SUZY~

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After trying to rid floating error input not supported the last and only fix I found was to try an old dell monitor on my laptop. It worked perfectly no more floater. The kicker is when I reinstalled the E machine monitor the problem was gone. I'm no geek but It must of reset something. Wish I would have done this 1st instead of all the fixes that did not do any good but waste hours of my time. Hope this helps someone else. Foune

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

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