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That just means that the display settings are not supported by the tv. If the video card support the right setting it is just a matter of adjusting it until the tv is happy.
Not sure what operating system but you may have a control near your clock for display or you can right click ona empty place on the desktop and then properties and then advanced. Just change the slide til it shows a usable resolution. You may need to use a normal monitor to set it up then pplug in the tv. The tv manual should have a list of supported resolutions.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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