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Monitor Blacks out 'input not supported'

After using the monitor sometimes the monitor goes black and a message appears 'input not supported' the computer still runs but I have to shut off the computer and wait a couple of hours before I can turn it on again. I can't find the troubleshoot for this message. The power management is turn off-never and the screensaver is on off as well. What does this message mean?

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  • Chris Hetherington
    Chris Hetherington Jan 12, 2008

    My monitor blacks out ,only when I want to play a video file. It blacks out several times and either comes up with "NO INPUT" or just freezes.

    Tried a disc cleanup , registry fix, reinstalled win xp.

    Maybe Video Card is faulty?

  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2008

    My acer al1717 monitor dead . problem power supply the fuse is burned and FL406 bridge rectifire shorted .it is repaired . after the moniter on screen displyed . few seconds the display is off the moniter standby. again the power button pressed the moniter on . few seconds display is off .iam checking all connections strips board drying power supply connection etc. how repare this problem plese help . my email is [email protected]

  • bkirkbride Aug 30, 2008

    Can start up my computer without problems, and find that suddenly, maybe part way through a game, my screen goes black and a message appears, "Input not supported". The only solution is to switch off the main power, and reboot. I can do this straight away, and the problem goes away OK - until the next time it happens.

    Monitor - Acer 19" Norton is up to date, and I run RegCure quite often but it still occurs

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I think the probelem is monitor resolution out of range . try the system resolution changes and connect the monitor then the issue is solved 80% or other problem is monitor hardware damages cheack the whole hardware components

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