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My computer is saying VGA MODE not supported when it logs into windows. I am using an insignia 19in hdtv as a monitor, which i have used in the past but now is not working...i need help

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Maybe you should check if your graphic driver is up to date.

hope it will help you.
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Posted on May 15, 2008

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