Hi I have a ViewSonic VG 910s, which I was using connected to a Macbook Pro via DVI.
A week ago, a connected them (as usual) an the monitor didn?t respond. It is just black, and if I turn it off and on the ?no signal? sign appears.
The monitor is working nicely via the VGA input (which BTW connects to the DVI adaptor of the MAC) with no problem.
Any ideas on which could be the problem with the DVI?
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VW? what is this VW? prefix? VX or VG is common, Im guessing VX the manual has no word "dual" in it,so that is perplexing. are you attempting dual displays on 1 PC, (unstated PC) yes, /no the VX has 3 inputs ports, dvi, vga and HDMI i guess the VGA port fails. why not use VGA to DVI adapter, even as a test. dirt cheap too.
why not test any monitor on 2 PC'S Not just 1. then you learn if the monitor is good or bad, in one simple step.? why ask this? you told me HDMI works so why not use HDMI. or does the VGA port must work for other computers, we dont know how any one uses monitors, the possibles are endless. even as service monitor, ok?
if the VGA fails on 2 PCs, (it spec resolution) the port is bad. RGB, did you reset the monitor first, do the OSD reset stated in the manual. sure worth a shot that.... called RECALL in the manual please read the manual. page 15.
page 12 Color Adjust provides several color adjustment modes, including preset color temperatures and a User Color mode which allows independent adjustment of red (R), green (G), and blue (B). The factory setting for this product is 6500K (6500 Kelvin). make sure not fiddled wrong?
You may need to check the settings of your mac book that permits you to output the signal to an external display. Also you may need to purchase a display port adapter (VGA, HDMI or DVI) that is compatible with the input connector on the projector
The VGA section of the Monitor is totally separate circuit than that used by the DVI circuit. Either or will do an automatic switch to what ever circuit communicates via the proper attachment (VG or DVI cable). AS long as the VGA Drivers are up-to-date the operating system should recognize the Video signal. Check the DEVICES and look for Video. Your Monitor should show up if the connection is proper, and if not there, you may have a bad Video Cord.
Your Macbook should automaticaly find the best resolution, if everything was OK. Is there any HDMI input on the dell projector? What projector is it? Is there is an HDMI input, you can use a HDMI to mini DVI cable: better picture and sound than VGA, and will probably solve your problem
Max does recognize receiver over HDMI-CEC. The problem is that DVI output is for video only. Macbook won't (and can't) output audio via DVI. So yamaha receives only video signal via the HDMI connector. You can check that by pressing Option button on yamaha remote and choosing Signal Info - you will see info about video, but no audio signal present.
Hi, i also have a conia plasma (and sony 510 amp). Which video connection are you using? DVI-VGA? DVI-component? Note that the tv probably defaults to using YPBR rather than VGA so you may need to play with settings in the menu ...
Depends on the connections you have on both. Most MacBook Pros have a DVI connector on the side. If the IBM projector takes that sort of input, then all you need is that cable. If the IBM projector has a VGA input, then you'll need an adaptor from DVI to VGA. (VGA input is standard monitor looking connector.)