I reinstalled XP (had to nuke the old one with Linux as the original XP CD won't overwrite a later version) so I knew the system worked, cable was good. I got a default video setup and the "input not supported" message if I tried to change to a higher resolution. Got the motherboard software (Asus P4S533-MX) and ran it. There is no separate video card and the video comes from the motherboard. Seems to work.
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Re: input not supported?
Chances are your Winders resolution is not supported. Start Winders in "Safe Mode" and reduce the resolution on the monitor.
You can do this by right clicking the desktop, selecting properties, Settings tab. Adjust the slider to a lower resolution. Also, be aware that flat panel LCD monitors to not use refresh rates the same way the old CRT monitors did. Look in the manual that came with your monitor and find the "Native Resolution" for it. This will tell you the optimal settings for resolution and refresh rate. If the rate is set improperly, you'll get a very fuzzy output. If it is too far out of whack, you'll get nothing but an error message like you are getting now.
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ok so if i understand this problem correctly you have a Monitor connected to a DVR for a CCTV System, when cycling through the inputs on the Monitor you find the correct input for the CCTV system but the monitor only stays on this input for a few seconds .
sounds like the input is going out or the Monitor is programed to stay on a single Input, I would try both move the CCTV System to another Input on the Monitor and if that fails see if the Monitor has any Pr-Set settings then you can Default .
if you need any Help with the Default let me know and i hope this information was helpful don't forget to Rate.
hello,please check first the input voltage of your monitor.If its an auto voltage power input you can plug it directly to your wall outlet by just using an adaptor plug to your monitor..input voltage label is located at the back of the monitor were the ac cord is installed.It is written on a sticker board.
What this monitor is trying to tell you is that your resolution is set to a higher degree than this monitor can support. Turn your computer off, restart then go to safe mode by tapping the F8 key or by holding down the left shift key while it is booting. Once in safe mode set your display resolution in desktop display properties dialog box to some thing easy like 800x600 16 bit color and reboot your pc. This should get you back to normal operating system where from there you can then try to find the highest support resolution for this monitor.
Frontech external Miracle TV tuner not working with LCD(ACER 15") monitor. Error msg "input format not suppoting". But CRT monitor (samsung 14") is working with the same.
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some how your screen resolution has changed above or below what your monitor can display. you need to boot your computer using another monitor that can work with the resolution your computer has switched to(i used a spare crt monitor when it happened to me) change your resolution in display properties to a normal level like 1027x768, and while the computer is on swap the monitor cables to verify the lcd is working.
It is perfectly safe to unplug the video cable and plug it back in while the computer is turnned on.
take the bottom stand off, pop the back off usually 4 screws.
look for a big pink wire running down fron the picture tube...follow it the big part on the pc board it is most like a black big component on your right closes to the back cover.
ok this part is the x-transformer there are little screws you can turn but might be sealed in glue like polish. dont touch the the top screws for they the focus but turn the very bottom screw, closest to the circuit board, with a screwdriver clockwise braking the seal....just alittle 1/8 turn ...if u see white lines u went to far. I do this with a mirror and hook the pc to it and plug the monitor up just keep one hand away and you wont get a shock too bad if you clumsy. I turn the screen control clockwise until i just see the white lines or black background lightens to gray..then back counterclockwise till the gray is black and stop its perfect now...and u should see a alot brighter screen. adjusting the focus if needed turn the control back and forth untill see clear letters in small text. its tricky if u more than focus control u must turn them both then and concentrate on the center screen small text.
if u didnt understand anything I said dont fool with it and take to a tv shop.
Did you get a software disc and manual with the item?
Ifo encure you have studied the manual and installed the disk.
If you have none of these,
Try installinh the monitor as a new hardware device[Start/Control panel/Install new hard ware and when you get asked for the disk or select from list. Go to select from list monitor and find the maker and select the monitor model.
If you cannot find a maker [and I must say it is not a brans I am familiar with -select generic then see what happens.
If all else fails you will hae to find a website for the maker of this iten to seek Techical help or a driver download.
Check out the same with the graphics/display device - if it is a PCI/AGP device.