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Unable to use intex external TV tuner with acer 19''

Today i purchased Acer AL1916W. I tried to connect my external TV tuner (Intex IT 3488) with this new lcd monitor but it shows as "Input not supported". I tried the same with my old samsung samtron monitor, it is working fine.

Please help me to solve this problem. i have a hp notebook and can't connect with intex(it-3488) tv tuner

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I have intex it 3488 cable tv box
can i atteshed hathway box to intex ?

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