My liquidvideo L17LCD2 monitor has this small square with the message "Attention Input Not Supported" that bounces off the walls of the display, back and forth, and it wont go away. the buttons on the screen do not work either. i made sure everything is plugged in well...im speaking of the cable that connects the monitor to the computer and the cable that is plugged to an electricity outlet. how can i get rid of this?
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Re: my liquidvideo L17LCD2 monitor
Did you get a software disc and manual with the item?
Ifo encure you have studied the manual and installed the disk.
If you have none of these,
Try installinh the monitor as a new hardware device[Start/Control panel/Install new hard ware and when you get asked for the disk or select from list. Go to select from list monitor and find the maker and select the monitor model.
If you cannot find a maker [and I must say it is not a brans I am familiar with -select generic then see what happens.
If all else fails you will hae to find a website for the maker of this iten to seek Techical help or a driver download.
Check out the same with the graphics/display device - if it is a PCI/AGP device.
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Most Liquid video tv's and indeed most TV's these days use a RCA power cord. They are available cheaply online and in some dollar stores. You may already have one you can use to test the tv with as desktops use them and some laptops use them as well.
First we need to narrow down where the problem is, try using MP3 player or audio source to feed the monitor (set the monitor volume to about half way for now) audio input (green jack), if you do get the sound OK, then the other end of the jack should be connected to the green jack (audio line out) of the PC (set the volume control to half way up) and see if you get the sound. Post back what happen as to which parts do not work.
If you even manage to find some, I am almost completely sure it would be better to buy a new one when it comes to finances. Putting these parts together is a skilled technique. Also, if you have a guarantee with that monitor, why not return it.