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Computer boots up OK, showing Windows XP setting up, then monitor goes through a variety of colours stating "NO SUPPORT MODE".

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  • neilsonagenc Aug 17, 2008

    Thanks for the tip. However, as I have tried connecting the monitor my laptop ( and the laptop display is good ) and the monitor still runs through a series of coloured screens and still gives the warning " No Support Mode",( Same as it does when connected to my PC ) I am thinking the problem is with the settings on the monitor rather than a problem with the card in my PC.

    The usual settings on the monitor don't change things !!



    Still need help !!!!!!!!

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This problem may occur due to wrong driver of display card or wrong display settings.
Solution:
1- Start you computer in safe mode.
2- Remove display card driver.
3- Restart you computer.
4- Install display card driver (if it does not pick automatically).

Now it should show default settings. I hope it would solve your problem.

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