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I have a samsung DNIe 32" lcd tv there is a HDMI port at its back but when i connect with my hmdi port of dvd player it says not supported mode .. please help !!!!!!!

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you have to re sync your playstation when you go from HDMI to regular wires.

after you connect ps3 to tv.
hold down the power buttondown on the ps3 for like 5 seconds (1 beep then another ),
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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Akai Tv is not HDCP compatible. Nothing worked akai was not very helpful. This model , a 2006. aparently will not communicate will the newer HDMI devices.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Samsung 40" lcd - Connecting to PC saying 'MODE NOT SUPPORTED'

First of all, check that the TV is set on PC input when you use PC video input at the back.

Then you may also need to go to video and display properties>>settings, from control panel (personalize on Vista).

There lower down resolution and ensure that frequency is set the same as tv.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: using my Samsung LCD TV as monitor for my Sony Vaio Laptop

yes sir..i think you must looking and buy VGA adapter 15 to HDMI complete with the HDMI cable set. you can find this adapter at the computer spare part store or electronic part store. not cheap but very usefull for you in the next day.
is very easy to connecting...plug you adapter to the output VGA VAIO.. connect the HDMI cable to adapter (like USB) and the rest to the input at your samsung lcd...good luck..

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SOURCE: hdmi on vizio hdtv input says not support

Ur board is shorted it cost alot to replace the board for just the HDMI port to use.Must change the board or use the S-Video port.

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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