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INPUT NOT SUPPORTED

I POWER ON CONPUTER THE WORD ACER COMES UP ON SCREEN THEN SCREEN TURNS BLACK AND THE WORDS (INPUT NOT SUPPORTED) STARTS TO ROTATE ROUND THE SCREEN CAN YOU PLEASE HELP? KIND REGARDS PETER DAVID MAYS.

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  • sinhamcp Aug 21, 2008

    same problem when i boot my system its booted but there is a massage popup comes like" Attention input not supported"

    how to rectify it , any solutions.

    plz help.

  • Shri Deva May 11, 2010

    can u please be more specifical about the problem i mean like about the operating system and the ur output device.. [VGA CARD] ??

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The Acer 1912 Horizontal Sync seems to be a common problem.
On the Intel 910GL it was running 1280x1024 at 60Hz just fine and then one day it started having problems so I switched to
1280x1024 at 75Hz and is ok again. I have a couple other video cards an ATI and a NVIDEA I'm going to test it on and I'll post the results after I do. Oh yeah and of course its XP Pro running on a ASUS P5GL-MX.

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Is this on a Linux pc? I had this problem with a Viewsonic and Ubuntu. I had to play with the Horizontal Sync and Vertical Refresh till I got it right.

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