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.
i have an aoc and i got an error message that states input not supported---how do i come out of this????? I have a black screen with a floating white box with the error message in it>>>>>>>
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Re: INPUT NOT SUPPORTED
Start your Windows in Safe Mode (pressing F8) during boot process and adjust your Display Settings to a lower resolution.... say 1024 x 768. Once fixed, you can play around again increasing the resolution a notch at a time. Fix ya!
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It sounds like the resolution for your computer graphics are not compatible with your display.
In any case first thing to check is if the monitor cable has been disturbed; next try powering-down (everything) and leave it for a few minutes, power back-up and see if it fixes itself, if not Power-down, wait a few seconds, Power-up then press Shift & F8 as soon as Windows starts loading (you have to be quick, so might need several attempts), that should get you to the recovery Screen, then Try TroubleShoot and Automatic Repair.
Also, you might strt up in Safe mode. If your montor works, might be the driver.
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This generally means you have the display resolution set higher then the monitor can support. To fix this press F8 after you turn the computer on. You may have to press it a couple times before the windows loading screen. A black menu will come up. Select safe mode. Your PC will load into safe mode with minimal drivers and settings. Go to the control panel and select display. Change your screen resolution to something lower then the setting is is at right now. If your screen is 19" or smaller try a setting of 1024x768 for starters. If its 20" or higher try 1280x1024 for starters.
This is the resolution problem. Pls reduce the resolution .
Right click any where on the desktop and click on properties there.
a popup appears just choose Setting there . there you will find the option of Screen Resolution .Just Slide the pointer toward less litlle till your problem resolve.
When your computer is starting up, hit F8 and you'll see the safe mode, safe mode with networking, etc. screen...You should see a choice that says "enable vga mode". Select that and windows will start and the os will select a screen resolution for you. After that, everything will work fine...I hope.