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VGA My computer will not connect to my tv. It keeps saying Mode not supported. My computer is a brand new Hp tx20000z. I am very confused as to what is happening. NS-LCD32-09

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The resolution output of your computer does not match the set. Find out the native mode and refresh rate that your TV can accept for the computer input. Set up the display properties in your computer to match to the TV set, if the display card can handle it. Then this should work.

Just to let you know, I found that these types of TV sets, unless it is a very high end expensive set, are not very good computer monitors. They are really designed for TV applications. When you get this going, you will see what I mean.


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