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PC ON TV BLOCKED OUT

My tv says, "no signal and when i try to get it to lock on to pc in my set up it is high lighted in grey, that me in can't use it how do i unlock the grey so i can change the settings?

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The tv isnt recognizing that something is in the pc input. change the resolution in the computer to 1024x768 and try again. if still not working make sure that your vga cable is still good with no bent or broken pins in the connector

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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